Lucknow.Ashish Mishra alias Monu, son of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra Teni, accused in the case of the death of eight people, including four farmers, in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence after the riots on Sunday, will be produced today.Ashish Mishra is to appear in front of the Crime Branch team at Lakhimpur Kheri Police Lines at 11 o'clock in the day.In the FIR lodged by the farmers, 14 people including Ashish Mishra have been named.
Another notice put at the house of Minister Ajay Mishra
In the midst of preparations for the production of Ashish Mishra, the Lakhimpur Kheri Police has put another notice at the minister's house on Saturday.It is written in the notice that despite the summons yesterday, Ashish Mishra did not appear, even today, in the event of his failure to appear before the crime branch, a warrant will be issued.
Tight security arrangements in police lines
In view of the production of Ashish Mishra, the police has converted the police line into a cantonment.Barricades have been put up everywhere.Policemen have been deployed everywhere.Tight security arrangements are in place in the police line for Ashish's appearance in front of the investigation team.There was also talk of Ashish fleeing to Nepal.Ashish's father and Union Minister Ajay Mishra Teni himself had come forward and said that he has not gone anywhere. Ashish will appear before the investigation team with the evidence.
If you do not come for questioning then strict action will be taken
In the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case, the police had pasted the notice late on Thursday evening at the house of Ashish Mishra Monu, the son of the main accused in the murder report, in which he was summoned before the crime branch of the police on Friday, but not Monu.On Friday, a notice has been pasted in his house, in which he has been summoned before the crime branch of the police at 11 am on Saturday.There have been indications from senior police officers that if Monu does not come for questioning with the crime branch team on Saturday, then strict action will be taken.
Whoever is guilty, he will not even get relief at any cost.
It has been said that he is not satisfied with the investigation.In this regard, Uttar Pradesh Law and Law Minister Brajesh Pathak said that Uttar Pradesh has a zero-tolerance policy regarding crime and criminals.Minister Pathak said that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has already said about the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri that no action will be taken against anyone just on the allegation.Whoever is guilty in this case will not be given any relief at any cost.No matter is being hushed up by the government.All the facts are being investigated and action will be taken against the guilty who will come out in the investigation.
Farmer leader Rakesh Tikait is also very active and serious about this matter.Rakesh Tikait clearly said that if Ashish Mishra does not come on the call of the crime branch, then bring his father, Union Minister Ajay Kumar Mishra, Teni.
Category: India: Uttar Pradesh