An Indian Sikh young man has been arrested on charges of attempting to assassinate British Queen Elizabeth II. The assailant's name is Jaswant Singh Chail and it is understood that he is only 19 years old.
The young Indian man entered the palace of the British Empress.
An investigation into the mental health of the youth is underway.
An attempt to assassinate Britain's Queen Elizabeth II has failed. Shockingly, a Native Indian man has been arrested for attempting to assassinate a British Empress. The assailant had entered the palace of the Maharani to avenge the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
Queen Elizabeth had just arrived at Windsor Castle for Christmas celebrations.
The assailant's name is Jaswant Singh Chail and it is understood that he is only 19 years old. Jaswant Singh had entered the palace with the assassin to avenge the genocide that took place in Amritsar in 1919 by assassinating the Maharani. He also used a mask and a hoodie to enter the palace.
According to The Sun, London police are investigating the mental health of the young man who was taken into custody. Jaswant Singh has been placed under medical supervision.
A video of the incident has also surfaced. In this video, the attacker Jaswant Singh is seen with the killer. Jaswant Singh had also uploaded a video on Snapchat at 8.06 am on Christmas day. He used a special filter to hide his voice.
'I am an Indian Sikh. My name is Jaswant Singh Chail. My name is Darth Jones. I'm sorry. Forgive me for what I did and what I am going to do. I'm going to try to assassinate Queen Elizabeth. This will be the revenge of the people killed in the Jallianwala Bagh massacre of 1919' he had said in the video.
In the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar in 1919, 379 people were killed in indiscriminate firing by the British, and more than 1,200 were injured in the firing.
According to British police, the assailant was seen on CCTV lurking in the palace garden. He had entered through the outer wall. He was later taken into custody.