Man Tries To Enter NSA Ajit Doval’s Residence, Amid Arrested By Police Says Was Controlled By Remote

New Delhi: A security breach was observed at residence of National Security Advisor Ajit Doval. A man had tried to enter the residential premises of Doval. He was then stopped by the security personnel and is now being questioned by the Delhi Police.

He was in his car and was stopped by the security personnel. Meanwhile, security has been beefed up outside Doval’s residence and the police are checking all vehicles.

As per India Today’s Delhi Police sources, the man has said that there was a chip installed in his body and he was being controlled externally. 

However, in the MRI scan no chip was detected in his body. 

The man is a resident of Bangalore and has not been taken into custody by the special anti-terror unit of the Delhi Police.

A senior police officer said they came to know about the matter at around 7.35 am. “Local police and a team of special cell immediately rushed to the spot. He was picked up and taken to the Special Cell’s office in Lodhi Colony, where a team of intelligence agencies also reached. They started questioning him and he disclosed his identity. The police then approached the Bangalore police to verify all the facts and also tried to contact his family members,” a senior police officer said.

As per the police the man is suffering from mental health issues. 

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