Attacking the Uttar Pradesh Executive over the dealing with of the probe within the Lakhimpur Kheri incident, Samajwadi Celebration leader Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday alleged it used to be giving “bouquet” to culprits as an alternative of bringing them to ebook.
The opposition chief’s remarks got here slightly a couple of hours after Union Minister of State Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra gave the impression ahead of the particular investigation crew (SIT) shaped in reference to the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case.
Ashish Mishra used to be meant to look ahead of the police on Friday, however he didn’t achieve this. The Uttar Pradesh Police then issued a recent understand asking him to look ahead of it by way of 11 AM on Saturday.
Chatting with newshounds, Mr Yadav alleged, “The way farmers were crushed, now preparations are on to crush the laws. This government has pulverised the Constitution.
“You have got observed how a car ran over farmers who had been combating for his or her rights. The in charge individuals are but to be stuck. As an alternative of giving summons, a flower bouquet is being given. The summon is simplest in identify, and (actually) ‘samman’ (honour) is given.”
The former UP chief minister said that officials including those in the local intelligence unit and administration must have had information that such an incident could occur.
Despite this, the farmers died, he said.
Accusing the UP government of shielding the guilty, he again demanded the resignation of Ajay Mishra from the Union Council of Ministers.
“The MoS had mentioned that he were an MP, MLA, however he had additionally been one thing else and used to be threatening the farmers.
“The government claims that it is a ‘damdaar sarkaar’. Is the government only for the powerful and not for the farmers?.”
“In the coming time, the BJP will be wiped out,” he warned.
The members of the family of the aggrieved individuals need justice and punishment for the in charge. “The law of the country is being pulverised under the tyres of a jeep,” he mentioned.