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Family of Lok Sabha Security Breach Accused: “She Was Unemployed, Stressed”

New Delhi: Her relatives said that one of the four demonstrators detained for breaching parliament’s security was hopeless due to her unemployment. Sagar Sharma and D Manoranjan, two guys, leaped out of the visitors’ gallery and entered the Lok Sabha chamber yesterday during Zero Hour, creating shocking scenes. To get to the Speaker’s Chair, one of them opened a yellow smoke canister and leaped from desk to desk.

Neelam Devi and Amol Shinde, two more demonstrators, were seen on a road outside the Parliament discharging color smoke from an aerosol canister. Neelam’s family reported that she had passed the central exams required to be hired as a teacher in addition to finishing the M.Phil. research program.

Despite her great qualifications, she was unable to get employment. Due to this tension, she would often remark to reporters, “I should just die because, despite studying so much, I am unable to earn two meals,” Saraswati, her mother, said.

Neelam’s brother Ramniwas informed reporters that one of their relatives called him to show him the TV and that’s how he found out about the tragedy.

She attends school in Hisar and has no affiliation with any political party. Why she did it is unknown to us. Only when we meet her will we know. After receiving a call from one of our brothers, we learned about the situation. Ramniwas informed reporters, “She just returned home two days ago.

He said that Neelam, having failed to get employment in Hisar, had relocated to Jind, Haryana, to study for competitive tests.

“She had passed the NET, and finished her BA, MA, and M. Phil, yet she was still jobless. He said that she had relocated to Jind six months before and was getting ready for the Secondary Teachers Eligibility Test.

Ramniwas is said to have often brought up the subject of unemployment during demonstrations. In the vicinity of Delhi, she also participated in a year-long farmers’ protest calling for the repeal of three agricultural legislation.

Manoranjan’s father, Devaraje Gowda, said that his son ought to be “hanged” if he had committed any wrongdoing. “From Jawaharlal Nehru to Mahatma Gandhi, many individuals have erected that temple—the parliament is ours. Even if this person is my son, it is unacceptable for them to act in this manner against the temple, Mr. Gowda said.

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In addition to himself, Sagar Sharma, a native of Lucknow, has four family members. He makes his livelihood by riding e-rickshaws. His relatives said he informed them that he would be spending two days in Delhi taking part in a demonstration.

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