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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Lakhimpur case: Accused Ankit Das reached the crime branch office to record his statement as soon as the notice was pasted, lawyer is also with him

Ankit Das, accused in the Lakhimpur case, reached the crime branch office in Lakhimpur to record his statement shortly after he was pasted at the house. The SIT had pasted the notice outside his Lucknow residence today. Ankit was asked to record his statement after reaching the crime branch's office at Lakhimpur Kheri on October 13. After a while, Ankit reached the crime branch office to record his statement with his lawyers. Police has already questioned Ankit's driver.

On Wednesday morning, the police pasted the notice issued in the name of Ankit at his residence. It is alleged that Ankit Das was present at the spot on the day of the incident. Significantly, today is the second day of the police remand of Ashish Mishra, the main accused and Union Minister of State for Home in the Lakhimpur violence case. Police is interrogating Ashish to uncover the secrets of Lakhimpur violence. A total of eight people, including four farmers, BJP workers and journalists, were killed in a violent clash in Lakhimpur on October 3. 

In this case, the farmers have been accused of being crushed to death by a Thar jeep. This Thar jeep belonged to Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Mishra Teni. The farmers allege that the minister's son Ashish Mishra was present at the time of the incident. He is responsible for the death of farmers. At the same time, Minister Ajay Mishra Teni has been telling his son Ashish innocent from the beginning. Ankit Das has also been accused of being present during the same incident.

Now the crime branch has summoned him to present his case and record his statement. It is believed that from Ankit's statement, many such information can be found about the Lakhimpur incident which is not yet with the police.