Lok Sabha was adjourned till noon following uproar over Mann's video. The video, which went viral, shows Mann getting in through the gate which is used by Members of Parliament to enter the Parliament House with a vivid description of the security apparatus.

"The car is registered with the Lok Sabha. It has a censor, which has the vehicle details. As soon as so you come near the gate, the censor identifies the car and announces the name and number of the car," Mann says in the video with him crossing several layers of the security.

Justifying the act, Mann said he intended to show people how does the Zero Hour questions are submitted and MPs wanting to raise their issues chosen through a lucky draw. In Parliament House, while Mann is explaining how the process works, he is also requested by a staff not to film anything.

"Has my video put the Parliament in danger? How is this illegal. I will again make a video and put it. Let the notice come," a defiant Mann said in response to reporters query whether his act was a security breach or not.

With agency inputs/JPN

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