Lakhimpur Hinsa Updates: Three days police remand for Ashish Mishra

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Lakhimpur Hinsa Updates: Three days police remand for Ashish Mishra

Lakhimpur Hinsa Updates: Three days police remand for Ashish Mishra- Ashish Mishra, the main accused in Lakhimpur violence and son of Union Minister Ajay Mishra Teni, has been sent to three-day police remand. The court allowed the police remand with certain conditions. On the other hand, the ruling Maha Vikas Aghadi alliance in Maharashtra has called a statewide bandh today in protest against the killing of farmers in Lakhimpur Kheri. NCP, Congress and Shiv Sena have appealed to all to join the bandh on their own free will. In the second FIR registered in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case, it has been said that ‘bad elements’ present among the protesters opposing the farming laws attacked BJP workers in SUVs. There is no mention in the FIR of farmers being crushed by a vehicle and Union Minister of State Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra being present in the car.

Bus services affected in Mumbai and adjoining areas, shops closed

Most shops and commercial establishments remained closed in Mumbai and other parts of Mumbai on Monday due to the shutdown called by three allies of the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) government to protest the killing of four farmers in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri district. And bus services were affected. Three allies of the ruling coalition — Shiv Sena, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Congress — staged a protest against the Lakhimpur Kheri incident.

Lawyers will be able to see the questioning from afar

Lakhimpur case: The local court has ordered to send the accused Ashish Mishra on three-day police remand with conditions. One of the conditions is that Mishra’s medical will be done. will not be harassed. Mishra’s lawyers can be seen from afar when the police will interrogate him.

Assam Congress leaders, workers observe silence to protest against Lakhimpur Kheri violence

In Assam, the opposition Congress observed a silent fast in protest against the recent violence at Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh. Terming the protest as the party’s attempt to “save democracy”, Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Bhupen Kumar Bora said, “Law cannot be different for VVIPs and common citizens. The minister’s son has to surrender. No attempt was made to arrest till date.”

The main accused in the Lakhimpur violence, Ashish Mishra, is to appear in the court shortly where the police will demand his remand. In view of this, security has been tightened outside Lakhimpur Court. On the other hand, Congress is protesting silently in Lakhimpur.

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