English police on Monday said they were analyzing a video that emerged via online media showing a man, accepting himself as an Indian Sikh, stating he would “assassinate” Queen Elizabeth II to retaliate for the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh slaughter.
As per a report distributed by the Newspapers, the video is connected to an equipped trespasser, who was seized at the majesty Windsor Castle on December 25. The video was sent from the presume’s Snapchat account in the blink of an eye before he was captured.
Why did He want to do this?
“This is vengeance for the people who have died mercilessly in the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh slaughter. It is likewise vengeance for the people who have been killed, assaulted, and segregated as a result of their race. I’m an Indian Sikh, a Sikh. My name was Jaswant Singh Chail, I am Darth Jones,” he says.
Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in 1919
The carnage occurred at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar during the Baisakhi celebration in April 1919, when the British Indian Army under the order of Colonel Reginald Dyer started shooting at a group arranging a favorable to freedom show, leaving thousands dead.
How he was Caught?
The trespasser was fetched after setting off the alerts as he utilized a rope stepping stool to scale a metal fence on Long Walk — yards from Cambridge Gate at the intersection with Park Street.
The Queen, 95, was in her private room where she was getting ready for her first Christmas Day without her late spouse Prince Philip.
At least 20 relatives were inside the palace.
They were thought to incorporate Mike and Zara Tindall, Prince Edward, and spouse Sophie, Princess Beatrice and Eugenie, and their kids.
This implied that the palace was at that point where countless royals were in one spot simultaneously.
A source said: “The man set off the alerts very quickly after he went over the fence.”
Only minutes later cops dove, Prince Andrew was seen driving down the Long Walk in his Range Rover with a security official.
He was set to drive from his Royal Lodge home three miles away into the palace through Cambridge Gate however was redirected to another entry.
Security at Windsor Castle was increased later so-called “parody fear-based oppressor”
Aaron Barschak figured out how to get into Prince William’s 21st birthday celebration in 2003.
Another security survey will presently happen as an issue of schedule.
British police Monday said they were investigating a video that surfaced on social media showing a masked man, identifying himself as an Indian Sikh, claiming he would “assassinate” Queen Elizabeth II to avenge the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
According to a report published by The Sun newspaper, the video is linked to an armed intruder, who was arrested at the monarch’s Windsor Castle on December 25.
The Sun said the video was sent from the suspect’s Snapchat account shortly before he was arrested.