Members of the All India Students’ Union (AISA) were detained on Sunday when they staged a protest near the residence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah demanding the sacking of Minister of State Ajay Mishra. Lakhimpur accident.
AISA said in a statement that the Delhi Police detained 15-20 protesters as soon as they reached Shah’s residence and took them to Mandir Marg police station, where they continued their protest.
AISA accomplices protesting the Lakhimpur massacre at Home Minister’s residence have been brutally detained and 3 female accomplices have been taken into separate custody and are being subjected to physical violence and sexual harassment!
— AISA (@AISA_tweets) 10 October 2021
However, a senior police officer said that 13 people protested and were briefly detained before being released.
“While a Union minister whose son killed our farmers is still in power, the government has tried to spread terror on students and people’s movements. Despite all the violence inflicted on us by the police, our demand to expel Ajay Mishra is strong,” AISA Delhi secretary Neha said inside the police station.
Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra’s son Ashish Mishra was arrested on Saturday night after over 11 hours of questioning in connection with the Lakhimpur Kheri violence on October 3.
Ashish Mishra’s name was registered in the FIR following allegations that he was one of the vehicles that rammed four farmers protesting the visit of UP Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya last Sunday.
two BJP In this incident, the laborers and their driver were allegedly beaten to death by angry farmers. Local journalist Raman Kashyap was also killed in the violence, which created a political storm and put the BJP government in Uttar Pradesh on the back foot.