Hearing of accused Ashish Mishra in court today, may demand police and remand | Hearing of accused Ashish Mishra in court today, may demand police and remand



Digital Desk, Lucknow. Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra, arrested in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri uproar case, is to be heard in Lakhimpur Court on Monday. Police can demand Ashish’s remand from the court. Earlier, the police reached the spot to investigate in the Lakhimpur Kheri murder case. The police arrived there on Sunday, exactly a week after the violence. In Tikunia area of ​​Kheri, a vehicle of BJP-supported workers crushed the agitating farmers from behind. Eight people lost their lives in this whole tornado. Four of whom were farmers. After the incident, the farmers accused the union minister’s son Ashish of being crushed. After that there was an influx of opposition leaders at the site of the incident. As soon as the matter reached the Supreme Court, questions were raised on the tactful character of the government and the police regarding the action. After the reprimand of the top court, the police arrested the accused after a rigorous interrogation.

Ashish Mishra was questioned by a team of 6 policemen from around 11 am on Saturday. In the presence of the magistrate in the crime branch office, about 40 questions were asked to the accused during interrogation. According to sources, where was Ashish from 2.36 am to 3.30 pm on 3rd October. Accused Ashish could not give an accurate answer to this question of the police. At the same time, the police reached the spot and checked the CCTV camera installed at the petrol pump located nearby. During police interrogation, Ashish Mishra had admitted to being at the same petrol pump. To cross-examine the statements of accused Ashish, the police along with the entire team reached the crime scene on Sunday.

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