Britain's Queen Elizabeth II celebrates Christmas with her family where a Sikh youth broke into the Queen's palace to kill her. According to the report, the man wanted to kill the Queen to avenge the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in 1919. The police have arrested the accused along with the weapon.

According to British media, the name of this 19-year-old youth is Jaswant Singh Khail. The video was sent to friends from 19-year-old Chhall's Snapchat account and 24 minutes before the video was sent, he was arrested by police on Christmas Day morning. It was inside the palace, just 500 meters from the queen's private apartment. Chail, known as Jais, entered the castle by a rope ladder crossing the pointed fence. During this time he was armed with arrow weapons. At the same time, the person seen in the video is holding a shiny black-colored weapon in his hands and is speaking looking at the camera. In the meantime, his voice is broken.

This message is given in the video
In the video uploaded on social media on Christmas day, the accused said- 'I am sorry for what I have done and what I will do. I will try to kill Queen Elizabeth of the Royal Family. This is the revenge of those who were killed in the Jallianwala Bagh massacre of 1919. It is also the revenge of those who were killed or humiliated because of their caste. I am an Indian Sikh, 'a Sith'. My name was Jaswant Singh Chail, now my name is Darth Jones.

Chail was arrested under the Mental Health Act
Scotland Yard said that the video is currently being investigated. The accused, who came to kill Queen Elizabeth, entered the palace wearing a hoodie and mask and was seen climbing the wall in the CCTV footage. He also had a bow in his hand. The police have arrested the accused under the Mental Health Act.

Inspired by the Hollywood Movie Star Wars
The mask worn by the accused in the video is inspired by the Hollywood movie Star Wars. 'Sith' is the villain character of this movie. Like the Sith, 'Darth Jones is also associated with this movie. Chail's video had a picture of Star Wars character Darth Malgus in the background.

Jallianwala Bagh Massacre in 1919
On the day of Baisakhi on 13 April 1919, General Dyer opened fire on thousands of unarmed people who were meeting against the Rowlatt Act at Jallianwala Bagh in Amritsar. This included old people, children, women, and men. Many people jumped into a well built there to save their lives, in which they died. Thousands of people were injured.