Loksabha Speaker Om Birla Implements Stringent Security Measures in Parliament Following Protest Incidents

Loksabha Speaker Om Birla has taken decisive action to enhance security within the parliament premises by banning visitor gallery passes. This decision comes in the wake of recent protests that saw a breach in security, with protestors attempting to disrupt parliamentary proceedings.

Protestors, whose identities are yet to be disclosed, were apprehended by security personnel, and materials in their possession were seized. Shockingly, gas canisters were discovered hidden within their shoes, raising concerns about potential threats to the safety of lawmakers and visitors within the parliament complex.

The heightened security measures were prompted by a recent incident where protestors managed to infiltrate the parliament premises. In response to the breach, Speaker Om Birla has taken a strong stance, emphasizing the need for stringent security protocols to safeguard the sanctity of parliamentary proceedings.

The protestors' aggressive actions did not go unanswered, as Rashtriya Loktantrik Party (RLP) MP Hanuman Beniwal reportedly took matters into his own hands. In a surprising turn of events, Beniwal is said to have physically confronted and slapped the protestors who posed a threat to the security of the Parliament.

The ban on visitor gallery passes is expected to be a temporary measure aimed at evaluating and reinforcing security protocols. Parliament authorities are working closely with security agencies to review and enhance existing measures to prevent any future breaches.

This incident serves as a stark reminder of the challenges faced by security personnel in maintaining order and safety within the parliament complex. As the investigation unfolds, there will likely be increased scrutiny on security procedures to ensure the robust protection of the democratic institution.