Lakhimpur Kheri Case: Death of farmers in a conspiracy

#NewDelhi: Opponents are reluctant to leave the Modi government in the Lakhimpur Kheri case. After yesterday, a wave of protests erupted in both houses of parliament demanding the resignation of Home Minister Ajay Mishra Tenny. Due to which in the first half of the meeting two rooms were adjourned till two o’clock in the afternoon.

The opposition has been demanding the resignation of Ajay Mishra since this morning. In the Lok Sabha, Rahul Gandhi said, “We have to talk about the murder in Lakhimpur Kheri. The Union Minister involved in that incident and it is said that there was a conspiracy. The minister who killed the farmers has to resign and be punished.”

Trinamool MP Sushmita Deb issued a suspension of business notice demanding discussion on the Lakhimpur incident, closing all discussions in the Rajya Sabha at 11am, 12pm and 2pm. At the same time, Congress MP Dipandar Singh Hooda moved a motion in the Rajya Sabha seeking discussion on the Lakhimpur incident, punishment of Ajay Mishra Tenny and resignation.

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Manikam Tagore of the Congress moved a motion in the Lok Sabha seeking discussion on Lakhimpur and stern action against the accused minister. Trinamool protested with posters in both houses of parliament. They demanded that the accused Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra should be sacked and justice should be given to the victims of Lakhimpur. On Tuesday, Rahul Gandhi said that pressure on the government would be increased inside and outside Parliament on the Lakhimpur issue. Since that week, other opposition parties, including the Congress, have been increasing pressure on the Lakhimpur issue.

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In Delhi as well as in Uttar Pradesh, the Congress staged protests outside the assembly demanding the same. All in all, the Modi government is under pressure on the Lakhimpur issue. Political circles are of the opinion that Lakhimpur is going to be a big issue in the assembly elections of five states including Uttar Pradesh. Large parts of western Uttar Pradesh in particular are Jat farmers. As a result, some observers say that the BJP may be under pressure in some constituencies.


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