The man told the police that someone had fit a chip inside him and was trying to control him. But Delhi Police found this claim to be false.
New Delhi: Delhi police have taken a person into custody after he tried to drive into National Security Adviser Ajit Doval’s residence.
The incident occured today around 7.30 am when a person tried to enter Mr Doval’s residence in a car today. He was stopped and taken into custody by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel who guard Mr Doval’s residence. The NSA is secured under the top Z category of CISF commandos.
Ajit Doval was present at his residence when the incident took place.
The person has been identified as Shantanu Reddy from Karnataka. He is being investigated by a special cell of Delhi Police.
Police said that he was driving a rented car. During investigation, Reddy told the police that someone had fit a chip inside him and was trying to control him. But police found this claim to be false and said that he appeared to be mentally disturbed.