So far investigations and interrogations have revealed that the accused had planned to send a message to the government.
Parliament security breach
For every answer, the forensic scientists would share their opinion, based on readings, whether the accused person was truthful or lying.
Accused will stay under police custody till January 15, orders court
All six have been kept at five different units of the Delhi Police Special cell, where they have been interrogated by security agencies several times.
The city police submitted Special Judge Hardeep Kaur, who reserved for December 19 the order on the application filed by Neelam Azad.
The police are looking for the shoe seller from whom the accused had purchased specially modified shoes to conceal the canister of smoke.
Rubbishing reports that Lalit Mohan Jha, one of the accused in the Parliament security breach case, has links to the state, she said it was a ploy of the BJP to malign Bengal.
Intruders had with them pics of a fist in the backdrop of the Tricolour
However, he added that the opposition shouldn’t politicise the episode. “The security lapse is a serious matter.
Jha, accompanied by a man, reached the Kartavya Path Police station in the national capital where he was handed over to the Special Cell.
The Darbhanga police set up a special team to gather information about Lalit Jha and his family following intelligence inputs.
Sagar Sharma and Manoranjan D -- jumped into the Lok Sabha chamber from the public gallery during Zero Hour, released yellow gas from canisters and shouted slogans before being overpowered.
Security personnel could be seen insisting on removal of shoes, as those who entered the chamber used this way to hide smoke canisters.
Delhi Police sources said that initial investigations revealed that all four persons and one unidentified fifth person came from outside Delhi and stayed at the residence of a man in Gurugram.
Sagar and another intruder sprayed yellow smoke from canisters, shouting slogans before being overpowered by MPs and handed over to the Delhi police.