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Forensic Report confirms shots from Ashish Mishra’s gun in Lakhimpur Kheri case

On Tuesday, November 9, the Forensic Science Laboratory confirmed that shots were fired during the Lakhimpur Kheri riots on October 3 from the licenced weapons of suspects Ankit Das and Ashish Misra.

With the Forensic Science Laboratory verifying that shots were fired from the licenced pistols of suspects Ankit Das and Ashish Misra during the Lakhimpur Kheri riots on October 3, the trouble for Union Minister Ajay Misra Teni’s son, Ashish Misra, is only going to get worse. The guns licenced to Ashish Misra and Ankit Das were seized by the Lakhimpur police. On October 15, all of the firearms were sent for forensic examination, and the results were received on Tuesday.

The violence on October 3 occurred during a demonstration against Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya’s visit to Lakhimpur Kheri, and eight people were killed. A car carrying BJP workers struck four farmers and a journalist, killing them all. Ashish Misra, the son of Union Minister Ajay Misra, is one of the 13 people detained in the farmers’ deaths.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court expressed displeasure with the Uttar Pradesh government’s status report in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case on Monday, suggesting that the current investigation by the Uttar Pradesh police be overseen by a retired high court judge.

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