Delhi Assembly ruckus: Two visitors throw paper and shout slogans; arrested while attempting to flee

New Delhi: Two turbaned men sitting in the visitors gallery in the Delhi Assembly on Wednesday flung torn bits of paper in the Assembly hall and shouted slogans against Delhi Minister Satyendar Jain. The two were arrested.

The day's business was on in the Delhi Assembly, which is in session, when two men, who appeared to be Sikhs, stood up and started shouting slogans against Minister Jain, calling him corrupt, and threw bits of paper into the hall where the legislators were sitting.

Speaker Ram Niwas Goel immediately ordered the arrest of the two men, who tried to flee but were caught by police and a few Aam Aadmi Party legislators. Their identities were not known.


Updated Date: Jun 28, 2017 16:09 PM

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