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Delhi court extends custodial remand of ‘mastermind’ Lalit Jha till 5 January

A resident of Kolkata’s Barabazar space, Lalit Jha is a instructor by career. Picture Courtesy: @MithilaWaala/X

The Patiala Home Court docket in Delhi, on Friday, has prolonged the custodial remand Lalit Jha, “mastermind” behind the Parliament safety breach, until 5 January, 2024.

Jha was produced earlier than the Delhi Court docket on Friday.

The Delhi Police, on the night of 14 December, day after the Parliament safety breach, arrested Lalit Mohan Jha after he reportedly surrendered earlier than the Kartavya Path Police station.

The police mentioned Jha had fled from the spot on 13 December, 2023, after making a video of Neelam and Amol shouting slogans and releasing yellow-coloured smoke from canisters exterior the Parliament constructing and despatched it to Neelaksh Aish, founding father of an NGO, the police mentioned.

He then fled to Nagaur in Rajasthan by bus the place he met his two mates and spend the evening in resort. Nevertheless, he quickly realised that cops had been looking for him and he determined to return to Delhi, the Delhi Police had mentioned based on preliminary investigation.

Stories claimed Jha to be a resident of Kolkata and a instructor by career.

A report by PTI mentioned, the Delhi Police Particular Cell has contacted Aish to get additional leads about Jha who additionally is alleged to be related by a Kolkata-based NGO.

On 13 December, 2023, a significant safety breach was reported within the Indian Parliament, when two males Sagar Sharma (26) and Manoranjan D (34) jumped into the Lok Sabha chamber from the general public gallery throughout Zero Hour, launched colored smoke from canisters and shouted slogans earlier than being overpowered by some MPs.

Across the identical time, Amol Shinde (25) and Neelam Devi (37) sprayed colored smoke from canisters whereas shouting “tanashahi nahi chalegi” exterior Parliament premises.

All 4 had been detained by the police minutes later.

On Thursday, Particular Decide Hardeep Kaur prolonged until 5 January the custody of Manoranjan, Sagar, Shinde and Neelam Devi.

With inputs from businesses

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