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Delay in release of main accused of Lakhimpur violence Ashish Mishra LCLG

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Delay in release of main accused of Lakhimpur violence Ashish Mishra LCLG

Ashish Mishra Monu, the main accused in the Lakhimpur violence, has been granted conditional bail by the Supreme Court for 8 weeks. But, Monu Mishra may have to spend two more days in Lakhimpur Jail. In fact, the bail order received from the Supreme Court could not reach Lakhimpur Jail till Wednesday evening.

Because of this, Ashish Mishra could not be released. Thursday is Republic Day, so due to the holiday, the release order is now expected to reach on Friday. However, even after this the process of verification takes place. If it is completed on Friday, then Ashish Mishra can be released on Saturday if not on the same day.

Let us tell you that the Supreme Court’s bench of Justice Suryakant and Justice JK Maheshwari had approved the bail of Ashish Mishra while hearing the bail of Ashish Mishra, the main accused in the Lakhimpur violence. The court has given a condition that Ashish Mishra will not stay in UP and Delhi during this period.

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The court has also said that he will have to leave Uttar Pradesh and Delhi within a week of his release from jail on bail. Ashish will not try to threaten the witnesses related to the case. While on bail, Ashish Mishra will have to attend the police station wherever he is.

Supreme Court will monitor

In this case, the Supreme Court, taking suo moto cognizance of the Lakhimpur case, has ordered bail to all the other accused as well. Not only this, the Supreme Court itself will monitor this matter. The trial court will have to send the information to the Supreme Court after every hearing. The next hearing in the SC in this case will be on March 14.

While granting interim bail to Ashish, a bench of Justice Suryakant and Justice JK Maheshwari said that this decision has been taken to strike a balance between the law and the judicial process. Ashish will keep informing the court about his location so that he can be monitored. Along with this, he will also have to surrender his passport.

this is the case

Violence took place on October 3, 2021 in Tikunia police station area of ​​Lakhimpur district. It is alleged that at the behest of Ashish Mishra alias Monu, son of Union Minister of State for Home Affairs, Ajay Mishra Teni, the protesting farmers were run over by a Thar jeep.

Four farmers had died in the incident. A total of 8 people lost their lives after the violence broke out. Here, farmers gathered to protest against the three agricultural laws and protest against Minister Ajay Mishra. Many farmers had died in this incident. Some were injured. The driver of the minister’s son’s car was beaten to death by the mob.