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Beniwal plays Hanuman at parliament, beat up intruder black and blue

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Former student leader and ex president of Rajasthan and now MP from Hanuman Beniwal must have reminisced his old university days when he caught hold of one of the two ‘infiltrators' in the house who jumped from the spectator gallery and rushed towards the Lok Sabha speaker' seat. Beniwal held him hard and beat him up for this which is considered a big security lapse, specially after 22 years on the day of parliament attack that had left nine security personnel dead defunding the parliamentarians.

Hanuman Beniwal told The that the parliament was underway like any normal day.

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“Zero hour was on and the BJP MP Khagen Murmu was giving her speech in the parliament. My tur was about to come. Just then two intruders jumped from the visitor gallery and started rushing towards the chair. There was pandemonium in the house. Panick gripped the parliamentarians. Just then I got hold of one of them and got the better of him. The other intruder was taken care of by Congress MP Gurjeet Singh Aujla. When we nabbed then they started shouting slogans like ‘tanashahi nahi chalegi' (dictatorship will not be allowed),” Beniwal said.

Beniwal said that a thorough investigation should be conducted into this as to how these intruders came to the aviator gallery.

“Those who have done this should be punished. Whether it's security personnel or any MP who has provided them the visitor pass. Any thing could have happened today,” said Hanuman Beniwal.

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla said on Wednesday two intruders were arrested from inside Parliament and two others were nabbed from the outside. “…all their belongings were seized,” Om Birla was quoted by PTI as saying.
Birla said the security lapse in the House is being thoroughly probed and called a of MPs from all parties later in the day to address their concerns over the matter.

The smoke that was released by the intruders appeared to be harmless in the initial probe, Birla said, adding it looked like it was sprayed to create sensationalism.

Outside the parliament also, two persons including a woman, were detained for protesting using cans that released colour smoke, police were quoted by PTI as saying.

The two persons, detained for the protest outside the Parliament are identified as—identified as Neelam (42) and Amol Shinde (25), police officials said, adding that further probe is underway.

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