Young Interior Minister Ajay Mishra, his son in Lakhimpur Kheri, Uttar Pradesh, in connection with the alleged murder of farmers in protest, today said that the victory of the BJP is a state law and good order. Ashish Mishra has been accused of running a group of farmers in Lakhimpur in October last year, which sparked a major political controversy that would affect the BJP’s money in the recent state elections.
The party, however, not only won the second historic term, but also won eight seats in Lakhimpur Kheri.
Ahead of tomorrow’s hearing on the bailout, Ajay Mishra said today: “We have said from the beginning that we will form central and state governments working under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath. The government is back with a majority.”
“If the law and order (Uttar Pradesh) had not been good, we would not have received a majority,” the ANI news agency said.
Ashish Mishra secured court bail when the state elections began last month. In a horrific incident, he lost his loved ones in a horrific incident, killing three BJP employees and a journalist.
The issue has provoked fierce criticism of the Yogi Adityanath government and the dilution of the case against the alleged murder has been diluted because of his father’s position in government.
Opposition parties called on the government to be “anti-poor” and “anti-peasant”.
Many, including chief farmer Rakesh Tikait, said it was time to get out of the BJP state, and in the face of heavy protests from nearby farmers, BJP’s victory turned a blind eye.