Lakhimpur Violence Case: Navjot Singh Sidhu warns to go on an indefinite fast if action not taken against the accused

Publish Date: 07 Oct, 2021 |
 

The Violence in Lakhimpur might have come to rest but the politics on the matter doesn't seem like stopping anytime soon. After the visit of Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi and Akhilesh Yadav, it is now Navjot Singh Sidhu, who is heading towards Lakhimpur to meet the anguished Farmers.

Navjot Singh Sidhu has also warned the government that if Ashish Mishra doesn’t get arrested or appears for investigation till the next day, he’ll proceed towards indefinite fast to force the government to take action.

He also criticised the government through his tweet in poetic way.


The Lakhimpur Violence Case

The farmers have alleged that during last Sunday, when they were protesting against the three farm laws, an SUV car drove into them taking lives of 4 farmers. The SUV is said to belong to Ashish Mishra, son of Union Home Minister for State Ajay Kumar Mishra. Hence, the farmers have accused Ashish Mishra for the accident. The car’s crash was followed by a violent behaviour from farmers due to which they had a clash with BJP workers, in which 4 BJP workers lost their lives.

Opposition vs Yogi government

The entire opposition is trying to target the CM Yogi's government on the matter and the incident and has also made the Congress party very active in the state politics. The general-secretary of the Indian National Congress, Priyanka Gandhi, went to meet the families of deceased farmers along with Rahul Gandhi. The significance of incident has also increased due to the approaching UP assembly elections 2022.

Also, the Supreme Court of India, on Wednesday, asked the Yogi government to present a status report in front of it, which should include details about the accused of the incident, FIRs registered under the case and actions taken by the government.

 

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