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CPI chief D Raja calls for Ajay Mishra’s resignation over Lakhimpur Kheri violence.

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NEW DELHI: The CPI basic secretary D Raja on Tuesday slammed Union Minister of State for House Affairs Ajay Mishra for proceeding within the submit even after the Particular Investigation Crew (SIT) indicted him within the Lakhimpur Kheri violence.

The SIT probing the violence has mentioned it used to be a deliberate conspiracy. 8 folks, together with 4 protesting farmers, died after being mowed down by way of an SUV allegedly belonging to Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra.

Raja took to Twitter announcing that Ajay Mishra has no proper to proceed as MoS even after this.

“Ajay Mishra has no proper to proceed as MoS after the SIT probing the killings in #Lakhimpur has obviously submitted that it used to be a ‘deliberate conspiracy’”, D Raja tweeted.

He additionally reminded that the automobile of Mishra used to be used to kill the protesting farmers as he went on call for the resignation of the minister.

The SIT is learnt to have submitted within the courtroom main points of findings of the probe introduced into the Lakhimpur Kheri incident mentioning that the incident looked to be a ‘deliberate conspiracy’ through which 4 farmers had been mowed down by way of a dashing automobile, which is claimed to be owned by way of a member of the minister’s circle of relatives. He additionally slammed the BJP media cellular head’s call for for renaming the Akabar highway after CDS Bipin Rawat. He termed it as “shameful” to make use of the identify of the overdue CDS to additional the reason for Hindutva. Bipin Rawat will have to be honoured by way of bringing in reforms within the militia and making improvements to their state of affairs and now not via obliterating historical past to fit the divisive narrative of the RSS, Raja alleged.

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