Lucknow: Ashish Mishra, the son of Union chief minister Ajay Mishra, was further accused for the running of over eight farmers in Lakhimpur Kheri leading the situation into a miserable condition, and has been sent to police custody for three days since Monday. The son of the chief minister was arrested after a long 12 hours of questioning. But according to the reports provided by the police custody, Ashish was not cooperating with the situation and gave the answers in an evasive form.
The arrest warrant came after five days, since the day his name got involved in the murder case. The charges that were against him usually gave the merit for an intermediate arrest and furthermore questions have been raised as to whether he was afforded any VIP treatment for being the son of a minister. According to the reports provided by some of the top officials of Uttar Pradesh police, during the questioning hour the minister’s son was unable to answer and was not able to explain several points that were related to the situation and the incident that took place on 3rd of October.
The police couldn’t even get the answer to the question that was related to the discovery of the two empty cartridges, during the spot which backed the farmers and even led to firing, but at the contest that were provided by Mishra’s men they say that there was no firing. Furthermore the witness claims that he was missing from the spot between 2 to 4 PM, and at that time the incident took place. But however the location of his phone showed him closer to the situated crime spot, but the SUV driver who rammed the farmers couldn’t provide the appropriate description that was made by him.
Ashish Mishra was given the date of Friday to show up for the questioning but he didn’t show up to police custody, but later on he was questioned till late night on Saturday by the Uttar Pradesh police senior officer. He was brought to the police custody through a backdoor, to avoid the gaggle made by the media. In another question move, the UP cops had furthermore issued a notice to Ashish Mishra under the section of law which furthermore concerned the evidence that was claimed by the witnesses.
The name of Ashish Mishra has further been named in the FIR by the farmers, who claimed in the report that he drove into the gathering of the slogan-shouting farmers, who were amid a peaceful black flag protest last Sunday. The incident led to the eight farmers, which furthermore triggered the situation very miserably. During the questioning, Ashish Mishra mentioned that the black SUV which ran over the farmers belonged to him, but answering the situation his team provided 150 images which went on to prove that he was not present in the SUV which ran over the farmers.
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