New Delhi, October 7: Uttar Pradesh police have arrested two people in connection with the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case, four days after the incident, while Ajay Mishra’s son Teni Ashish Mishra is still unable to be tracked. This development comes hours after the Supreme Court asked the state government to file a status report within a day due to the incident.
The two individuals were identified as Luvkush and Ashish Pandey, Luvkush’s close associates. Police said Chief Accused Ashish Mishra is still listed as missing and that they can arrest him at any time.
“Two people are being questioned. They have confirmed the role of three more dead. Technically, they have been listed as well. These people are giving a lot of information. the latest developments.
Police have also issued a WhatsApp number asking people to send evidence. “For the sake of an impartial investigation, the district-level committee has begun its work. The Judicial Investigation Commission under Judge HC Allahabad (Ret.) Formed by the government. We have issued a WhatsApp number and appealed to the public to send evidence of it.”
A district-level committee will investigate the case and file a lawsuit in court, while a judicial inquiry commission will investigate the entire incident, Singh added.
The minister’s son was punished under sections 302 (murder), 304-A (death caused by reckless driving), 120-B (criminal conspiracy), 147 (rebellion), 279 (speeding) and 338 (causing grievous bodily harm).
On October 3, a jeep owned by the minister cut down several farmers who were protesting, causing violence. The state government has come under serious attack from opposition parties across the country as political parties demand the resignation of Ashish Mishra.
On Thursday, the UP government appointed a one-member judicial commission to investigate the incident. Retired High Court Judge in Allahabad Pradeep Kumar Srivastava will investigate Lakhimpur Kheri violence and file a report in two months.