New Delhi, Sept 22: Delhi Police on Saturday released Santosh Kumar Suman, the man who raised slogans against Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh during his speech at the Vigyan Bhavan here, after interrogation.
Earlier in the day, Suman attempted to disrupt Prime Minister’s speech at the conference on ‘Economic Growth in Asia and Changes of Corporate Environment’ held here.
He was questioned at the Tughlak Road Police Station.
Suman, 33, who was seated in the audience, stood up on his chair, took off his shirt and began raising slogans like ‘Pradhanmantri vapas jao’ (Prime Minister go back) just when the Prime Minister was about to begin his speech, and was immediately whisked away by Special Protection Group (SPG) personnel.
He is registered as a lawyer in the Supreme Court Bar Association. (ANI)