Ashish Mishra Gun Fired at Farmers: The reports quoting sources claim that the forensic investigation has proved that the firing took place on the day of the violence. And not only this, in the ballistic report, the firing of Ashish Mishra, son of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni and his close aide Ankit Das has been confirmed.
Ashish Mishra Gun Fired at Farmers
In the Tikunia violence case of Lakhimpur, the farmers raised the issue of firing. The matter of investigation went on. The Lakhimpur Police confiscated the arms. Repeater gun and pistol of Ankit Das. Rifle and revolver of Ashish Mishra. The weapons went to the forensic lab. The investigation took place. It was learned that shots were fired from the guns.
Repetition of events
Date October 3 2021. A group of farmers was protesting against the visit of Uttar Pradesh Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya in Tikunia of Lakhimpur Kheri. March was on. Three vehicles came quickly. Cars ruthlessly crushed the batch of farmers. Four farmers and a journalist died on the spot in the incident. The mob of farmers also thrashed three BJP workers to death.
Then accused Ashish Mishra. It was said that he was present in one of the three vehicles that crushed the convoy. There were also allegations of firing on BJP leaders. The police arrested Ashish Mishra and his close friends. Some farmers were also arrested. The matter reached the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court asked the UP government, file a status report of the investigation of the case.
The Supreme Court raised questions on the attitude of the government
UP government filed a status report. The court said that there was nothing in this status report as directed by the court. Justice Suryakant had said,
“Two FIRs have been registered in the matter. There should not be any confusion between the two. To save one accused, in another FIR, in a way, evidence is being collected.
The court further said that the SIT, which is investigating in this case, cannot differentiate between the two FIRs. The Supreme Court noted that both the FIRs should be investigated separately. Separate charge sheets should be filed. I don’t have any confusion.
Let us inform you that two FIRs have been registered in the Tikunia violence case. One FIR is related to crushing farmers with a car, and the second FIR is related to lynching by a mob.
In the hearing held on November 8, the Supreme Court also told the UP government that they want to get this whole matter investigated under the supervision of a retired judge of another High Court. The court sought time from the UP government. The next hearing of the case will now take place on November 12.