The hearing in the Uttar Pradesh case of Lakhimpur was finished at the High Court's Lucknow Bench. The court has deferred its decision on Ashish Mishra's bail, the son of Minister Teni. In the next two to three days, a decision will be made. On behalf of the minister's son, Gopal Chaturvedi, and behalf of the government, AAG Vinod Shahi.
The SIT submitted a charge sheet in the Lakhimpur violence case a few days ago. The primary culprit in this 5000-page charge sheet is Ashish Mishra alias Monu Bhaiya, the son of the Union Minister of State for Home. 16 persons have been charged, including Ashish Mishra. On October 3 of last year, eight individuals were murdered in riots between Ashish Mishra supporters and farmers. Other others, including Ashish Mishra, have been charged with murder by the investigator. According to the charging document, the farmers who were protesting were crushed by jeeps and SUVs as part of a well-planned plot.
The SIT discovered 17 scientific shreds of evidence, seven physical pieces of evidence, and 24 video pictures during the inquiry, adding to the accused's troubles. A total of 208 witnesses were called to testify. The SIT has drafted its charge sheet on this premise. The minister's son Ashish, according to witnesses, was there at the scene. Based on the farmers' accusation, a case has been filed against Ashish Mishra and his colleagues under various severe provisions, including murder and attempted murder.
In the Lakhimpur Kheri rioting, Raman Kashyap, a news channel reporter, was slain. According to reports, the son of BJP MP and Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni stomped four farmers with his automobile, killing four of them. Following this, the enraged farmers set fire to many vehicles and battered four individuals to death. Raman Kashyap was also a part of it. Farmers also brutally murdered a driver and two BJP workers. At the same time, the judicial processes, in this case, are ongoing.