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10 days after Lakhimpur violence, UP law minister met kin of slain BJP workers, didn’t meet farmers’ families

UP Law Minister Brajesh Pathak meets kin of BJP workers killed in Lakhimpur Kheri. (News18)

Brajesh Pathak said he would meet the families of another BJP worker and a journalist killed in the October 3 violence “when the situation returns to normal”.

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ten days later Lakhimpur In the Kheri violence, Uttar Pradesh Law Minister Brajesh Pathak on Wednesday met the families of BJP workers killed in the incident but did not meet the families of the four farmers who lost their lives on October 3.

Pathak is the first senior BJP minister to have met the families of party workers Shubham Mishra and Hari Om Mishra, who were allegedly mob lynched during the Lakhimpur violence in which eight people, including a journalist, were killed.

However, he did not meet the family of another BJP worker – Shyam Sundar Nishad – and journalist Raman Kashyap. According to the Indian Express, he has said that once the situation becomes normal, he will also visit these two families.

Several politicians have lined up for the district since the October 3 incident. Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi had recently said that she also wanted to meet the families of the deceased BJP workers, but a police officer told her that the families refused to meet. His.

Meanwhile, Congress UP chief Ajay Lallu has alleged that the Yogi Adityanath government is adopting a diversion strategy by sending its ministers to Lakhimpur after a gap of 10 days. The state government is giving shelter to the criminals. Now that the minister has visited Lakhimpur 10 days after the incident, it is revealed that the government has no intention of giving justice to the victims. The government is now adopting a strategy of diversion,” Lallu said.

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