Lakhimpur Kheri violence takes new turns, as the death count rises to 9, after an injured journalist dies, Akhilesh Yadav joins the dharna

Lakhimpur Kheri violence

Lucknow: Congress general leader Priyanka Gandhi Varda along with other part leaders were taken back from their aim in the early morning of Monday, the party alleged that they were not given the chance to meet the victims of the violence which took place in the Lakhimpur Kheri during the Farmer’s protest. On the other hand, Akhilesh Yadav sat on Dharna outside his Lucknow residence, as the police stopped him from visiting Lakhimpur Kheri. Where eight people including 4 farmers were killed during the mishap and violence.

The police forces have been keeping tight security and have deployed outside his home in Lucknow. "Even the British did not commit such atrocities as much as the BJP government is doing to the farmers. The Minister of State for Home and the Deputy Chief Minister should resign. ₹ 2 crore should be given to the farmers who have lost their lives. Their families should be given government jobs," Mr Yadav said in a statement during the protest. In the escalating conformation that the Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi took along with the Yogi Nath Government, he faced a severe stoppage in the early morning hours as they wanted to visit Lakhimpur Kheri.

The Congress Leader was detained the very last night after she had a face-off with the tight security of the police personnel who stopped her from entering Lakhimpur Kheri. On the other hand after such an incident the chief minister of Chhattisgarh Mr. Bhupesh Baghel and Pumjab’s Deputy Chief Minister were also denied access to reach the land of Lucknow, and after these shocking incidents. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took to twitter to post a story where he is seen parsing his sister, upon taking such a decision to look after the families of those poor farmers who lost their lives.      

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