Ajay Mishra should be sacked: Farmers’ unions issue week-long ultimatum as Lakhimpur riots

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Dilbag Singh, former vice-president of the Indian Kisan Union, said the big leaders of the farmers’ association were talking less and more about farmers. They say Rakesh Tikait has said that the movement will not return until Ajay Mishra resigns. Questions have been raised as to how the movement ended without resigning under such circumstances.

Ajay Mishra Tenny and Ashish Mishra
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Preparations for another big movement began in Lakhimpur. Now the SIT has also added new sections in the FIR filed by the son of Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra, farmers’ unions say. Now if Union Home Affairs Minister Ajay Mishra does not resign or be removed from the cabinet, Lakhimpur will once again witness huge concern. Relatives of farmers killed in a farmers’ protest in Lakhimpur and local farmer leaders have again raised the demand for the sacking of the Union Home Minister.

Ajay Mishra said this loudly

Lakhimpur Kheri and Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra were once again in talks a few months before the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. The matter came to a head once again when the SIT, which is probing allegations against Home Minister Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra, talked about changing the sections in the whole case. The demand for the removal of Ajay Mishra Teni has once again started from Parliament to the road. Dilbag Singh Sandhu, district president of the Indian Kisan Union (TKIT), which is leading the peasant movement in Kheri, has said that now Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra Theni should resign. Sandhu argued that Ajay Mishra Theni had told him that he would resign if his son’s name was proved in any way or if he came up with a conspiracy.

The farmers’ union said that Ajay Mishra Theni had no right to continue in his post when he admitted that there was a conspiracy to change the SIT sections. If Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra Theni does not resign within a week, there will be widespread concern in Lakhimpur, says district president Dilbag Singh Sandhu. For this, Rakesh is in talks with Tikait along with other leaders of the organization.

The Lakhimpur incident is unforgettable

Lakhimpur farmers Harpal Singh and Mukhtar Singh say the Lakhimpur incident is unforgettable because it conspired not only to end the massive movement but also to annihilate the entire farmer’s family. The manner in which the SIT sections were changed in this case is not only a conspiracy against the son of a very influential leader but now the whole thing is clear. Under such circumstances, it would be better for Union Home Affairs Minister Ajay Mishra Theni to resign. Leaders of the farmers’ union say that Lakhimpur Kheri is also facing a major concern over the whole affair.

Kulwant Singh, vice-president of the Indian Kisan Union of Lakhimpur Kheri, said they would not let the deaths of their farmers be wasted. They say the year-long concern for agricultural laws is now over and who will pay for the deaths of their farmers. District president Dil Bagh Singh, however, said the matter could not be settled. Those responsible should step down and punish the culprits.

Why was the movement abandoned without accepting the demand?

Meanwhile, Lakhimpur residents are also debating the issue, with Delhi’s Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait openly saying he will agitate until the Union Home Minister resigns. Did not come back .. and how did the movement end? Dilbagh Singh, former vice-president of the Indian Kisan Union from the Teroi region of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, has resigned. His suggestion was that he was not speaking openly behind his resignation, but that the big leaders in the farmer community were talking less and more about the farmers. They say Rakesh Tikait has said that the movement will not return until Ajay Mishra resigns. Questions have been raised as to how the movement ended without resigning under such circumstances.

However, he said there was no complete understanding of what was decided at the Delhi meeting and what did not happen. However, he said their farmers and local people would continue to be concerned until the perpetrators of the farmers’ deaths in Lakhimpur were put in jail. Farmer Amandeep demanded that Union Home Affairs Minister Ajay Mishra Theni be sacked from the cabinet immediately. On Wednesday, there was a district-wide outcry over a viral video of Ajay Mishra Tenny.

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Preparations for another big movement began in Lakhimpur. Now the SIT has also added new sections in the FIR filed by the son of Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra, farmers’ unions say. Now if Union Home Affairs Minister Ajay Mishra does not resign or be removed from the cabinet, Lakhimpur will once again witness huge concern. Relatives of farmers killed in a farmers’ protest in Lakhimpur and local farmer leaders have again raised the demand for the sacking of the Union Home Minister.

Ajay Mishra said this loudly

Lakhimpur Kheri and Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra were once again in talks a few months before the Assembly elections in Uttar Pradesh. The matter came to a head once again when the SIT, which is probing allegations against Home Minister Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra, talked about changing the sections in the whole case. The demand for the removal of Ajay Mishra Teni has once again started from Parliament to the road. Dilbag Singh Sandhu, district president of the Indian Kisan Union (TKIT), which is leading the peasant movement in Kheri, has said that now Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra Theni should resign. Sandhu argued that Ajay Mishra Theni had told him that he would resign if his son’s name was proved in any way or if he came up with a conspiracy.

While admitting that there was a conspiracy to change the SIT sections, the farmers’ union said that Ajay Mishra Theni had no right to continue in his post. If Union Home Minister Ajay Mishra Theni does not resign within a week, there will be widespread concern in Lakhimpur, says district president Dilbag Singh Sandhu. Rakesh Tikait is in talks with other leaders of the organization for this.

The Lakhimpur incident is unforgettable

Lakhimpur farmers Harpal Singh and Mukhtar Singh say the Lakhimpur incident is unforgettable because it conspired not only to end the massive movement but also to annihilate the entire farmer’s family. The manner in which the SIT sections were changed in this case is not only a conspiracy against the son of a very influential leader but now the whole thing is clear. Under such circumstances, it would be better for Union Home Affairs Minister Ajay Mishra Theni to resign. Leaders of the farmers’ union say that Lakhimpur Kheri is also facing a major concern over the whole affair.

Kulwant Singh, vice-president of the Indian Kisan Union of Lakhimpur Kheri, said they would not let the deaths of their farmers be wasted. They say the year-long concern for agricultural laws is now over and who will pay for the deaths of their farmers. District president Dil Bagh Singh, however, said the matter could not be settled. Those responsible should step down and punish the culprits.

Why did the movement end without accepting the demand?

Meanwhile, Lakhimpur residents are also debating the issue, with Delhi’s Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait openly saying he will agitate until the Union Home Minister resigns. Did not come back .. and how did the movement end? Dilbag Singh, former vice-president of the Indian Kisan Union from the Teroi region of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, has resigned. His suggestion was that he was not speaking publicly behind his resignation, but that the big leaders in the farmer community were talking less and more about the farmers. Rakesh Tikait is adamant that the movement will not cease until Ajay Mishra resigns. Questions have been raised as to how the movement ended without resigning under such circumstances.

However, he said there was no complete understanding of what was decided at the Delhi meeting and what did not happen. However, he said their farmers and local people would continue to be concerned until the perpetrators of the farmers’ deaths in Lakhimpur were put in jail. Farmer Amandeep demanded that Union Home Affairs Minister Ajay Mishra Theni be sacked from the cabinet immediately. On Wednesday, there was a district-wide outcry over a viral video of Ajay Mishra Tenny.

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