Violence created ruckus in Lakhimpur Kheri
Former CM Akhilesh Yadav sitting on dharna
The case of Lakhimpur violence is gaining momentum. On Monday, Samajwadi Party chief and former Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav wanted to go to Lakhimpur, but was stopped. After this Akhilesh sat on a dharna on the middle road itself. Near the house, Akhilesh sat on a dharna with his supporters. After this, he asked while questioning what does this government want to hide.
Meanwhile, there was a lot of ruckus outside Akhilesh's house as well. A police car was set ablaze outside Akhilesh's house. This fire has been set outside Gautampalli police station and in front of this police station is Akhilesh's house.
Akhilesh said, 'The government does not want any politician to go there. After all, what does the government want to hide?' Akhilesh further said, 'The kind of atrocities this government is committing on the farmers, even the British did not do that kind of atrocities. Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra and Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya should resign. He said that 2 crore rupees and government jobs should be given to the families of the farmers who have died.
Heavy police was deployed outside Akhilesh Yadav's house since Monday morning. It is being told that some policemen had also gone to convince Akhilesh. However, Akhilesh has left the house. Security was beefed up outside Akhilesh's house since morning. PAC vehicles were also deployed outside his house. Along with this, UP Police personnel were also deployed.
Police reached to convince Akhilesh Heavy security forces have been deployed outside Akhilesh Yadav's house since morning. It is being said that many leaders of Samajwadi Party had also reached Akhilesh Yadav's house. Most of them were members of the Legislative Council.
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