Lakhimpur kheri case: Ashish Mishra’s bail declaration is rejected – Lakhimpur kheri case Ashish Mishra bail is refused

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  • Two more arrests today
  • Ashish’s bail statement rejected
  • Ashish Pandey, who was with him, also did not receive bail.

Lucknow: The court rejected the release on bail of Ashish Mishra, son of the Union Interior Minister Ajay Mishra, who was arrested in connection with the murder of a farmer in a car in Lakhimpur Kheri. With the arrest of two more people in the case, the number of people arrested in the case has risen to six. The court also rejected the release on bail of Ashish Pandey, who was with Ashish at the scene.

The congressional delegation had met with President Ramnath Kovind to demand the removal of Ajay Mishra from the ministry following the arrest of Ashish Mishra. The president is reported to have made it clear that he will speak to the government about it.

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Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi, AK Antony, Mallikarjun Kharge and Ghulam Nabi Azad met with the president. Rahul demanded that the case be investigated under the leadership of the Supreme Court justices.

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Ashish Mishra was taken into police custody on October 9 in connection with the case. Ashish’s arrest was recorded after 12 hours of questioning. The court then placed Ashish in police custody for a further three days. The Supreme Court had criticized the delay in arrest in the case of a farmer who died in a traffic accident.

It is alleged that the minister’s son and his gang drove the vehicle among the peasants protesting against the central agricultural law. Four farmers were killed when a vehicle collided with them and four others were killed in the ensuing clash. According to the FIR, Ashish Mishra shot at the farmers. The FIR alleges that the attack on the farmers was planned.

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