Lakhimpur Violence: Ashish Mishra, the main accused in the Lakhimpur Kheri rape case, reached the office of the Crime Branch. The Crime Branch team is interrogating Ashish. There have previously been reports of Ashish Mishra on the run. However, Ashish’s lawyer said this morning that Ashish Mishra will appear before the police in time. Ashish’s lawyer had also said that Ashish and Monu are in Lakhimpur. Ashish Mishra is the son of Union State Minister for Housing Ajay Mishra.
Earlier, describing his son as “innocent”, Ajay Mishra said on Friday that his son is “sick” and will appear before the police today. Mishra told the media at Lucknow airport: “We have faith in the law. My son is innocent, he received the warning on Thursday but said he is not feeling well. On Saturday he will appear before the police and confirm his innocence. He will make statements. and evidence on Asked if the opposition asked for his resignation. The opposition demands anything “.
Farmers’ leaders said the son of Union State Minister for Housing Ajay Misra was in one of the SUVs that allegedly hit the protesters. To clarify, the Union minister had released a self-produced video in which he claims that his son was not present during the accident. He also adds that some disbelievers of agitated farmers threw stones at the car, which led to the accident.
Previously, Ashish had been asked to appear before the police at 10am on Friday in connection with the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri. However, he did not appear before the police, which prompted the Supreme Court to make some serious observations on the case. “We are not on the merits. The charge is 302. Treat him the same way we treat other people in other cases. Not that we have posted a notice, please come, ”CJI Ramana said as she listened to this case, as reported by Live Law.
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