New Delhi : A suspect captured by CRPF near Parliament building with 2 Ids

On Wednesday, The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has arrested a suspicious person from Delhi’s Vijay Chowk near Parliament building.

The suspected man who claims to be a resident of Budgam district of Jammu and Kashmir was caught circling around the Parliament House. He was apprehended by the CRPF personnel who was on duty during his suspicious activities.

During his starting interrogation, it was found the man gave misleading and unappropriate information to the CRPF personnel about him. The document which was recovered from the suspect consists of some information in codewords as well.

Two identity cards – one Aadhar card and another driving license have been also been recovered from his personal possession.

Police found different names on Ids. As they found the driving license is in the name of ‘Firdaus’, the name mentioned on the Aadhaar Card is ‘Manzoor Ahmed Ahanger.’

The man basically belongs to Rathsoon Beerwah in Budgam district of J&K. A bag has also been acquired from him. According to the CRPF officials said, “the arrested person is changing his statements which is more instigating and suspicious.”

First of all he said that he had already visited Delhi in 2016. Then he put officials in the confusion that he had come to the national capital during the coronavirus-induced lockdown.

He told the CRPF officials that he has been staying in Delhi since his last visit to the National Capital. The identity is not clear yet about his stay. He first stayed in Jamia locality, then near the Jama Masjid area in Nizamuddin.

He has now been handed over to the Delhi Police which is interrogating him at the Parliament House Police Station. Information about him is also being shared with various other agencies.

According to reports, A 25-year-old man allegedly was arrested for trying to enter Parliament with a knife. The man was identified as Sagar Insa, a resident of Laxmi Nagar in Delhi.