“Minister should not have threatened…”: High Court on killing of farmers

A few days before the Lakhimpur incident, Ajay Mishra had allegedly threatened to “fix the farmers in 2 minutes”.

New Delhi:

Union minister Ajay Mishra Teni, whose son Ashish Mishra is accused of killing protesting farmers in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri last year, should not have made threatening remarks to farmers a few days before the incident, the high court said today, four The bail of other accused was rejected. if.

The Allahabad High Court cited the chargesheet file by the Special Investigation Team of the Uttar Pradesh Police which said that the murders would not have happened had Ajay Mishra, the Minister of State for Home in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, not threatened. Farmer.

Ashish Mishra is accused of crushing four farmers and a journalist to protest against agricultural laws at Lakhimpur Kheri on October 3. Three more were killed in the violence that followed the killings.

Less than an hour before the incident, Ashish Mishra was reportedly part of his father’s convoy, which was going to a wrestling event organized by UP Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya. The farmers had shown black flags as soon as this convoy passed.

Days before the Lakhimpur incident, Ajay Mishra, in a speech in the area, had allegedly threatened to “fix in two minutes” farmers if they did not give up their agitation.

The High Court said: “Political persons should give public speech in civilized language. They are required to conduct themselves in accordance with the dignity of their office and office. Law makers cannot be seen as violators of the law.”

The court also made a scathing remark on the deputy chief minister, who decided to attend the event in the area despite the ban order due to farmers’ protests.

“We cannot believe that the Deputy Chief Minister was not aware of the prohibitory orders in the area. Yet he chose to be the chief guest at a wrestling competition in the area,” the court said.

Main accused Ashish Mishra had recently returned to jail after his bail was canceled by the Supreme Court. The Allahabad High Court, which granted him bail on February 10, today said the accused were influential and could tamper with evidence.

“The main accused and co-accused are from very influential families. They can tamper with the evidence,” the high court said.

डिसक्लेमर
‘या लेखात समाविष्ट असलेल्या कोणत्याही माहिती/सामग्री/गणनाची अचूकता किंवा विश्वसनीयता हमी नाही. ही माहिती विविध माध्यमे / ज्योतिषी / पंचांग / प्रवचन / विश्वास / धर्मग्रंथांमधून गोळा करून तुमच्यासाठी आणली गेली आहे. आमचा हेतू फक्त माहिती पोहोचवणे आहे, त्याच्या वापरकर्त्यांनी ती फक्त माहिती म्हणून घ्यावी. याव्यतिरिक्त, त्याचा कोणताही वापर वापरकर्त्याची स्वतःची जबाबदारी असेल. ‘

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