SIT files Charge-Sheet against Ashish Mishra, Will Teni be resigning from his Post...

According to SIT sources, it has been learned that this charge sheet is 5000 pages. In this, a criminal case has been registered against Teni's son Ashish Mishra.
SIT files Charge-Sheet against Ashish Mishra, Will Teni be resigning from his Post...

SIT files Charge-Sheet against Ashish Mishra, Will Teni be resigning from his Post...

Section 201 has been increased in the FIR. Also, the name of Virendra Kumar Shukla has been added. The name of the ministers was also requested to be added, but their name was not added.

Farmers' lawyer Aman in Tikunia violence case

90 days after the Lakhimpur Kheri violence, the SIT has filed a charge sheet in the case in court. According to SIT sources, it has been learned that this charge sheet is 5000 pages. In this, a criminal case has been registered against Teni's son Ashish Mishra. On October 3, 8 people, including a journalist, were killed in the Tikunia incident. A case was registered on behalf of both parties in this matter. SIT team is investigating the matter.

SIT told that there was a well-planned conspiracy

From October 3 to January 3, 90 days have passed since the Tikunia incident. The investigating agency has to file a charge sheet within 90 days in serious charges. In this case, 13 people, including Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni's son Ashish Mishra Monu, are in jail in judicial custody. Inspector Vidyaram Diwakar of SIT had called it a well-planned conspiracy and not an accident. He had requested the court to amend the sections against the accused in the case. It was said that in future also the matter should be investigated under this section.

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Ashish Mishra, son of Ajay Mishra Teni

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Ajay Mishra's brother-in-law Virendra Shukla was also accused

The name of Ashish Mishra, son of Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra, along with his brother-in-law Virendra Shukla has also been included in the charge sheet. Shukla is being told as the block chief. Shukla is accused of giving false information to the police. The Scorpio car of Virendra Shukla was in the convoy on the day of the incident. Which was recovered by the police from Sampurnanagar. At the same time, Ashish Mishra's lawyer Avadhesh Singh told that the charge sheet has been filed but the copy has not been received yet.

According to law experts, in a heinous case like murder, the investigator is compelled to complete the investigation and file a charge sheet within 90 days from the first day of judicial custody. Along with the people, political pundits are also eyeing the Tikunia incident which affected the political situation of the country. The reason for this is that the son of the Union Minister is accused in this case. This case has been in the media headlines due to its high profile.

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8 people including four farmers, a local journalist were killed

Eight people, including four farmers, a local journalist, were killed in the conspiracy that took place on October 3 last year. Ashish Mishra and his associates are accused of crushing farmers with their cars during firing. Four died in this and many were seriously injured. On October 4, an FIR was lodged against Ashish Mishra and many others at Tikunia police station.

However, later the investigation of the SIT came to know that it was not an accident but murder as part of a well-planned conspiracy. Chargesheet has to be filed in the court against 13 people including the son of the Minister of State for Home. There is an atmosphere of panic in the court premises regarding this. Police have been deployed in the entire court. The SIT team is going to reach the office in no time.

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