The peasant group will catch a ‘rail Rocco18 October and a Mahapanchayat On Sunday, October 2, eight people, including four farmers, were killed in Lucknow’s Lakhimpur Kheri in Lucknow.
They demanded the dismissal of junior Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra and the arrest of his son Ashish, who is still a free man despite being named as an accused in the FIR.
“Farmers from all over the country will reach Lakhimpur Kheri on October 12 … What happened there is no less than Jallianwala Bagh and we urge all civic organizations to take out a candlelight procession in their town at 8 pm (October 12),” Swaraj Bharat chief Yogendra Yadav said today. Spoke.
“Farmers will take ashes to every state (farmers who died in Lakhimpur Kheri) and will be immersed … Dussehra on October 15 and all farmers will burn effigies of Prime Minister Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah,” he added.
“On October 18 we will catch a ‘rail Rocco‘… will be a giant on the 26th Mahapanchayat In Lucknow. “
A group of farmers staged a peaceful protest (as part of a national movement against the Centre’s Farm Act) in which eight people were killed in a Mahindra Thar in an SUV owned by Ajay Mishra.
Farmers complained that Ashish Mishra was in the SUV.
Earlier today, Ashis appeared before the UP police for questioning.
He brought a police escort to respond to a summons that listed him as a witness in the case.
The summons came after the Supreme Court pushed the UP government and the police to handle the case; Chief Justice NV Ramna asked the state whether it would treat the accused differently if he was not the son of a Union Minister.
Shortly before the farmers announced their plans, protests also broke out in Delhi, where Youth Congress activists clashed with police demanding the arrest of Ashish Mishra.
Ashish and his father have both denied all allegations. Mr Mr Mishra admitted on NDTV that the car belonged to his family, but that the incident happened when he or she was not his son.