According to a media report, Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra was the chief guest at the 58th Raising Day Parade of the Central Armed Police Force in Delhi. Now in his place, his colleague, Minister of State for Home, Neesith Pramanik, was made the chief guest. Ajay Mishra’s son is an accused in the death of farmers in Lakhimpur violence case.
New Delhi: Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra ‘Teni’, who was invited as the chief guest at the Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) Raising Day Parade, was removed at the last minute on Monday.
In his place, his colleague Minister of State for Home Neesith Pramanik has been made the chief guest.
It is known that on October 3, Ashish Mishra, son of Ajay Mishra, is the main accused in the case of killing a farmer in Lakhimpur Kheri, Uttar Pradesh. A total of eight people, including four farmers, died in this violence in Lakhimpur Kheri.
According to a report in The Hindu, Nachhatar Singh, the son of one of the slain farmers, is posted in the SSB, which guards the borders of Nepal and Bhutan.
Earlier, on the question asked about the son, Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra had come to the fore of misbehaving with a journalist.
The video of the incident had gone viral on social media, in which the Union minister appeared annoyed by the questions asked by journalists regarding the new sections (IPC) imposed on his son and others by the SIT in the Lakhimpur case.
During this, he also asked another journalist who was recording video from mobile phone to turn off the camera and used abusive words.
The SIT probing the case has filed a petition in the court seeking attempt to murder and four more criminal charges under the Arms Act against 13 accused, including Ashish Mishra.
Based on the investigation and evidence so far, the SIT had claimed that Ashish Mishra, son of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra, and his associates had carried out the incident as a deliberate, well-planned conspiracy.
The opposition is demanding the sacking of Ajay Kumar Mishra.
Ajay Mishra was expected to be the chief guest at the 58th Raising Day Parade of the Central Armed Police Forces at Ghitorni in south Delhi on Monday. An official confirmed that the Union minister will not be the chief guest at the event.
It is not yet clear why he was removed as the chief guest.
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