A man was detained by the Delhi Police after he tried to break into National Security Advisor Ajit Doval's residence on Tughlaq Road on Wednesday, 16 February, news agency ANI reported, quoting police sources.
As per the preliminary investigation, the man was driving a rented car and appeared to be suffering from mental distress. Reportedly, the Bengaluru resident claimed that he was being controlled through a chip implanted in his brain.
Doval, who served as a former Intelligence Bureau (IB) director and is the first NSA to be granted a second term, is among the most-guarded government officers in the country.
Further investigation into the matter is underway.
(This is a developing story. It will be updated with more details.)
(With inputs from ANI.)
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