ANI Photo | “If Parliament is not safe, then is the country safe?”: AAP MP Raghav Chadha on security breach incident

Demanding a discussion in Parliament over the recent security breach incident, AAP Rajya Sabha MP Raghav Chadha questioned on Friday, “How is our nation safe when a place considered one of the most secure in our country is being breached?”
“Are opposition MPs demanding something illegitimate? Are they saying something wrong? They are just saying that a discussion should be done on the security breach of the most secured building in the country. I think the government should accept the demand.” Raghav Chadha told ANI.
“It’s not a matter of some particular party or party politics but of the most secure building, the Indian Parliament. If Parliament is not safe, is the country safe,” he said.
In this regard, Union Minister Anurag Thakur said that the opposition will not achieve anything by creating obstacles, adding that they should give suggestions to the Lok Sabha Speaker as invited by him.
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“I only want to say that if the Lok Sabha speaker has invited suggestions from leaders from all political parties, then I think they should give suggestions for improvement. They will not achieve anything by creating obstacles,” Anurag Thakur told ANI.
Meanwhile, Delhi’s Patiala House Court on Thursday granted seven days of custodial remand to all four accused persons arrested in connection with the Parliament security breach matter. The fifth accused, Lalit Jha, was also arrested by Delhi Police on Thursday.
Also, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor on Friday demanded that Home Minister Amit Shah should have made a statement in Parliament, which could have diffused the entire crisis.
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“He should have come here and spoken that could have diffused the entire crisis… He should come here and tell the people, if he had spoken to the MPs, given his point of view, I’m sure this whole crisis could have been diffused. This is escalating only because of the stubbornness of those involved. And I must say, it’s an unnecessary thing. We have important issues to discuss in parliament,” Tharoor told ANI.
The Special Cell of Delhi Police, conducting an investigation into the Parliament security breach case, has detained two more people following their suspected association with five arrested in the case

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