A teenager suspected of scaling Windsor Castle armed with a crossbow in a bid to ‘assassinate the Queen in revenge for 1919 Amritsar massacre’ has today been pictured for the first time.  

Jaswant Sing Chail posted a prerecorded Snapchat video at 8:06 am on Christmas Day. This was 24 minutes after a Windsor Castle man was detained by police.

This has led to a significant internal security review of the estate, which examines how anyone could get so far in the grounds.

Chail, who was raised in a £500,000 semi-detached house on a private estate in North Baddesley, Southampton, has now been pictured for the first time after his father, Jasbir Singh Chail, told MailOnline something had ‘gone horribly wrong with our son and we are trying to figure out what’.

Mr Chail (57) added that ‘we have not been able to talk to him, but we are working to get him what he needs. We are experiencing a very difficult time from our point of view. This issue is being worked on and we are finding it difficult.

Jaswant Singh Chail uploaded a pre-recorded video to Snapchat at 8:06am on Christmas Day, 24 minutes before a man was arrested by police inside the grounds of Windsor Castle. It has sparked a major internal security review at the estate looking at how someone could have got so far into the grounds. Chail has now been pictured for the first time.

Jaswant Sing Chail posted a prerecorded Snapchat video at 8.06 am on Christmas Day. This was 24 minutes after a man in Windsor Castle was detained by police. The incident has led to a massive internal security review of the estate, which examines how anyone could get so far inside the grounds. Chail is now visible for the very first time.

Shocking video showing a crossbow-wielding man threatening to ‘assassinate the Queen in revenge for 1919 Amritsar massacre’ has emerged and is being investigated by the Met police

A shocking video of a man wielding a crossbow and threatening to assassinate Queen Victoria in retribution for the 1919 Amritsar massacre has been released. The Met police are investigating.

Jaswant was raised in a £500,000 house on a private estate in North Baddesley, Southampton

Jaswant was raised in a £500,000 house on a private estate in North Baddesley, Southampton

Armed police officers on guard at the Henry VIII Gate at Windsor Castle following the intruder getting in on Christmas Day

After an intruder broke into Windsor Castle’s Henry VIII Gate, armed police officers were on duty at Windsor Castle’s Henry VIII Gate to protect them

Armed officers were guarding entrances to Windsor Castle following the security scare on Christmas Day after 8am

Following the Security Scare at Windsor Castle on Christmas Day 8:08am, Armed Officers were stationed to guard Windsor Castle’s entryways.

What was the 1919 Amritsar massacre, also known as the Jallianwala Bagh massacre?

The Amritsar massacre, otherwise known as the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, took place on April 13, 1919, during a protest against the arrest of two pro-Indian independence leaders.

It was held in Jallianwala bagh (a historical garden) near Amritsar’s Golden Temple complex.  

In response to the demonstrations, Brigadier General R. E. H. Dyer surrounded them and left only one way out. 

His troops were then instructed to kill all demonstrators. 

His soldiers were only allowed to fire after they exhausted all their ammunition, according to his commands.

The death toll is estimated at between 379-plus and over 1500. 

An additional 1200 people were hurt, including 192 with serious injuries. 

Following the massacre, British Army personnel were forced to reconsider their use of force. Soldiers were trained for less brutal crowd control methods. 

However, it led to the complete distrust of the British Army among Indian civilians. Some historians believe that this helped open the door for Indian independence. 

Jaswant is the son of a highly-skilled, experienced software engineer. He runs the business from his house.

The family believes their son had a happy, loving childhood surrounded by his extended family, in the district of middle class where they reside, just north from Southampton.

Known to friends as Jas, he is said to have used a filter to distort his voice and wore a hoodie and mask – an outfit thought to be inspired by Star Wars

He said, “I’m sorry.” He said, “I’m sorry for the things I did and will do.” I’ll attempt to assassinate Elizabeth the Queen of Royal Family. This is the revenge of those who were killed in the Jallianwala Bagh massacre of 1919.

“It’s also revenge on those who have been humiliated or killed because of their race. I am an Indian Sikh.

Then he adds, “My name was Jaswant Sing Chail” and then appears to have given a Star Wars-themed identity that sounds like “Darth Janus”.

Sith seems to refer to Star Wars’ leading villains. In the background, you can see a frame of Star Wars character Darth Maulgus.

British forces killed 1,200 and 379 of the protesters were wounded in Jallianwala Bagh, which was also called Massacre of Amritsar.

Snapchat sent a message with the following words: “I’m sorry for all my wrongdoings or lies.”

If you’ve received this, my death is close. If you have any questions, please share it with them.

After being spotted by CCTV in the gardens, the suspect was taken into custody shortly before 8.30 am yesterday. The Mental Health Act later saw him sectioned.

Scotland Yard claimed that detectives were looking into the video footage, which had been posted to social media just before the Christmas Day attack at Queen Berkshire Home.               

After the intruder was taken into custody in the castle grounds, police confirmed that a crossbow had been found. This occurred while the queen was at her residence. 

The intruder has been identified as an unknown individual. He is known to have made threats to members of the Royal Family prior this week.

Sources say that the teenager was unable to cope with his new access to the royal estate and was immediately arrested.

However, it’s clear that the incident has been taken seriously. Metropolitan Police has informed Home Office about the incident and is currently investigating.

Scotland Yard spokesmen said, “Following the man’s arrest detectives are currently assessing the contents a video.”  

Police confirmed a crossbow was found after the intruder was detained in the castle grounds while the Queen (pictured delivering the annual Christmas Day speech) was in residence

After the intruder was taken into custody in castle grounds, police confirmed that a crossbow had been found while the queen (pictured giving the annual Christmas Day speech), was at residence. 

Crossbows, also known as “lethal but legal”, are available for purchase online without the need to register or obtain a licence.

Yesterday officers searched the Southampton detached house with four beds where the suspect and his family resides.

A neighbour said to The Sun that there was an unrest with police officers around, which caused concern especially since it was Christmas Day.

“The family keeps themselves quiet, just like everyone else on the estate. But we do know that there is a teenager who lives there with his mom and dad. The police did not leave the estate until after midnight.  

The Berkshire Castle’s perimeter fence was spiked and the attacker was able climb it. Police are investigating. 

He may have used a ladder made from scrap materials to access the Long Walk. This is the same pathway that the Queen uses to her private apartments.

You can find the Long Walk within a protected area of parkland.

It is expected that a significant internal security audit will be conducted, especially after a string of security concerns on Windsor Great Park estate that involved Prince Andrew. 

A woman dressed up as a guest entered the Royal Lodge’s home.

Scotland Yard said detectives were examining the footage which was posted on social media before the Christmas Day incident at the Queen’s Berkshire home

Scotland Yard stated that detectives are examining footage posted to social media prior to the Christmas Day incident at Queen Berkshire’s home.

Tourist stand in front of the Henry VII gate and take pictures at Windsor castle at Windsor, England on Christmas Day

Christmas Day, Tourists can take photographs at Windsor castle in Windsor, England by standing before the Henry VII gate

Senior royals like the Duke and duchess and the Duchess Cornwall have expressed concerns after their trusted police officers were fired in a security shakeup.

According to sources, even the Queen expressed her dismay at changes in the protection of her family and herself.

After the crossbow-wielding suspect was discovered at 8.30am Christmas Day, the latest security incident occurred. This happened when Queen Elizabeth would otherwise have been in Windsor with her family.

In a matter of hours, she was joined immediately by senior royals such as the Prince of Wales and Duchess Cornwall.

Former head of Royal Protection at Scotland Yard Dai Davies was resigned as chief superintendent. He said that the incident highlighted yet again the “very serious threat” that ‘fixated persons and stalkers pose.

He stated that 99 percent of all attacks on Royal Family members have been committed by a stalker or fixated individual since George III. I am actually scared to hear that the crossbow was used. Their windscreens will protect them.

“And it has been rare that crossbows have ever been used to commit crimes in my many years of crime-fighting and criminal catching. Knowing the location of the royals would be a good indicator. This could make it a real threat to your life and cause serious harm.  

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, the Earl and Countess of Wessex and the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester have arrived for the Christmas Matins service in Windsor Castle

The Christmas Matins service at Windsor Castle will be attended by the Prince of Wales, Duchess and Earl of Cornwall, Earl and Countessssssof Wessex, as well as the Prince and Duchessssssof Gloucester

Sophie and Edward were accompanied by their daughter Lady Louise and son James, Viscount Severn. The royals were greeted at the entrance by the Dean of Windsor before moving inside for the morning service

Edward and Sophie were joined by Lady Louise (the daughter of Edward) and James, the son of Viscount Severn. After being greeted by the Dean at Windsor, they moved inside to attend the morning service.

The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester arrive to attend the Christmas Day morning church service at St George's Chapel

The Duchess and Duke of Gloucester visit St George’s Chapel to participate in the Christmas Day church service.

However, he warned that the balance must be maintained between access to the Royal Family by the public and the Royal Family being able to maintain a reasonable standard of living. These royal residences cannot be turned into prisons. Royalty protection is like an onion.

“There are layers. It would have been difficult for him to pass through many more obstacles before he could even get near the Royal Family. Evidently, he was captured on CCTV and arrested as soon as possible. Although the situation is troubling, it was a successful security incident.

The Metropolitan Police released the following statement: “An 19-year old man from Southampton was taken into police custody on suspicion that he had breached or trespassed at a site protected by law and also in possession of an offensive weapon.”

The security processes were activated as soon as the man entered the grounds. He did not go into any buildings.

“Following an extensive search, the crossbow was found. After being taken into custody, the man underwent a mental assessment. The Mental Health Act has now been used to section the man.

Metropolitan Police Specialist Operations are pursuing investigations into the circumstances surrounding this incident.

Sources claim that security at Windsor Castle was increased in recent years. After Aaron Barschak, a self-described comedy terrorist, broke into Prince William’s 21st Birthday party in 2003, a review was done.  

Heightened security inside the grounds of Windsor Castle on Boxing Day after a intruder broke into the grounds on Christmas Day

After an intruder entered Windsor Castle’s grounds on Christmas Day, security was increased inside Windsor Castle on Boxing Day

A major internal security review will be initiated as a matter of course, particularly as it follows a series of security scares on the Windsor Great Park estate involving Prince Andrew

As a matter of routine, a major internal security assessment will be conducted. This is especially after a string of security incidents at Windsor Great Park that involved Prince Andrew.

Prince William’s 21st Birthday Party was gatecrashed by a comedy terrorist 

The suspected security breach at Windsor Castle is not here.

Aaron Barschak was a self-described “comedy terrorist” who gained national fame when he crashed Prince William’s 21st Birthday party at Windsor.

Barschak was dressed in a pink gown, with a fake beard, and wearing a turban similar to Osama Bin Laden’s.

In June 2003, self-styled ‘comedy terrorist’ Aaron Barschak came to national fame by gatecrashing William’s 21st birthday party at Windsor. During the affair, Barschak wore a pink dress, a false beard and a turban in a fashion similar to Osama bin Laden

Aaron Barschak was a self-described “comedy terrorist” who gained national recognition by closing down William’s 21st anniversary party at Windsor. Barschak donned a pink gown, false beard, and a turban similar to Osama Bin Laden during the event.

He flashed his merkin to the people outside and climbed the castle walls before entering the party of the young prince.

Sources told The Guardian at the time that CPS lawyers decided there was ‘insufficient evidence’ to charge Barschak for one or more of four offences – burglary, threatening behaviour, criminal trespass and assault.

He was told he wouldn’t face any action and the comedian terrorist claimed that his stunt earned him fame.

He said that he doesn’t talk to his friends any more in an interview with LBC News. You’re too well-known for them. People are always coming to me from the street, and that’s an awful strain.

After learning he would face no action, the ‘comedy terrorist’ claimed his stunt had brought him celebrity status

He was told he would not face prosecution, but the comedian terrorist claimed that his act had made him famous.

Barschak stated that he had been challenged after entering the grounds. He was then taken to a police station, where he gave what was described by the Met Police as a credible story.

The incident led to the disciplinary investigations of at least nine officers. 

Chief Inspector Mark Goddard was a high ranking officer responsible for security at Windsor. He was removed from his post.