Lakhimpur Kheri (UP):Bhartiya Kisan Union (BKU) chief Rakesh Tikait stated that the households of those that died within the Lakhimpur Kheri violence final 12 months are but to get justice.
He stated the nation will always remember the violence that befell in Tikunia village on at the present time final 12 months and claimed eight lives, and regardless of assurances, the federal government had not ensured justice for the farmers.
On October 3 final 12 months, farmers had been staging a protest in Tikunia village towards a go to of Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya when 4 of them had been crushed beneath the wheels of a convoy of automobiles. Within the subsequent violence, 4 others together with two BJP employees and a journalist had been killed.
“It was a week of peace. The violence that broke out claimed the lives of eight people. It was unfortunate,” Tikait stated.
The BKU chief blamed the state authorities for the delay in justice.
“The ruling dispensation neither believes in the legal system nor the Constitution and misused its power,” he alleged.
Requested in regards to the future plan of action, Tikait stated: “People can only raise their voices and the rest is up to the government.”
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