Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and different Congress leaders seen a “maun vrat” or silent protest as of late to call for the sacking of Union Minister Ajay Mishra, whose son Ashish Mishra has been arrested over allegations of working over farmers in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri.
Days after her dramatic showdown with the UP executive and pre-dawn arrest on her strategy to Lakhimpur Kheri, Priyanka Gandhi sat on a three-hour protest in Lucknow.
Ajay Mishra, the Union Minister of State for House, met with House Minister Amit Shah ultimate week however resources later dominated out his resignation.
However on Saturday, after a rap from the Ultimate Courtroom, the UP police wondered and later arrested the minister’s son, who’s accused of working over a bunch of protesting farmers on October 3. 8 other people, together with 4 farmers, have been killed within the violence.
Each the minister and his son denied being on the spot. However the police mentioned Ashish Mishra have been evasive in his replies and may no longer provide an explanation for gaps in his alibi.
A Congress spokesperson mentioned the birthday party is challenging that Ajay Mishra, an impressive flesh presser in Uttar Pradesh, be got rid of for the sake of a unfastened and honest investigation within the case.
UP Minister Siddharth Nath Singh mentioned the regulation would take its route and would no longer be influenced by means of any roughly force.
If Congress leaders need to sit down on a ”maun vrat’‘ or grasp protests, it’s their democratic proper, the minister remarked, and went on to focus on one of the crucial birthday party’s most sensible leaders, Manmohan Singh.
The 2-time former Top Minister have been on a ”maun vrat” for 10 years, Mr Singh jibed.
On Sunday, addressing a rally in Top Minister Narendra Modi’s constituency Varanasi, Priyanka Gandhi had mentioned, “Congress workers do not fear anyone even if you throw them in jails or beat them up. We will continue to fight until the Union minister resigns. Our party has fought for the country’s Independence. No one can silence us.”