It is unusual for large-scale gatherings to see up to a million people arrive at a parliamentary or governmental building at once.
Parliamentary storming depends typically on the type of legal system, current laws, legal policies, and form of governance.
A “ruckus” has occasionally occurred in the parliaments of most nations.
The latest such instances happened in Iraq and Sri Lanka, where hundreds of people stormed parliament.
Let’s have a look at the parliament attacks that took place: