Parliament denies knowledge of plain cloth security officers

The director of communication and public affairs at parliament Chris Obore denies having knowledge of the plain cloth security officers at parliament yesterday.

Obore says the situation entirely lied in the hands of sergeant at Arms who might have out sourced other security forces.

Yesterday, several plain clothed security agents aided in vacating rowdy MPs engaged in the brawl.

Meanwhile by noon today Uganda Police Force had deployed forensic officers to gather crime evidence in parliament.

However,The Inspector General of Police Kale Kayihura defends security agencies that were engaged in a fist fight with MPs yesterday.

Kayihura says police sought reinforcement from other security agencies to calm the situation at Parliament.

Kayihura said that some of these members of opposition had plans of setting Parliament ablaze.

He said this while addressing the media at Kasenyi landing site in katabi town council during the launch of community policing in the area where recent murders have been recorded.