Lakhimpur Violence: Ashish Mishra’s Bail Denied, Two More Arrested
Lakhimpur Kheri: Two more persons were on Wednesday arrested in connection with the Lakhimpur violence, while a court here denied bail to the main accused, Ashish Mishra, son of Union minister Ajay Mishra.
With this, the total number of people arrested in connection with the mowing down of four farmers here on October 3 has gone to six.
While the police sought their custody for interrogation, their lawyer opposed it saying no recovery is to be done from them.
The court reserved its order on the application for police remand of the two, they said.
Senior prosecution officer (SPO) SP Yadav told media that Ashish Mishra and his alleged accomplice Ashish Pandey moved bail applications on Wednesday but they were rejected by Chief Judicial Magistrate Chinta Ram.
Ashish Mishra, who was arrested on October 9 by the special investigation team after 12 hours of questioning, had been sent to three days in police custody from Tuesday.
The court also remanded Shekhar Bharti, arrested on Tuesday, in police custody for three days.
Ankit Das and Latif alias Kale, who appeared before the Special Investigation Team (SIT), were taken in custody after questioning and produced in court which sent them in judicial remand for 14 days, official sources said.
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