In Lakhimpurkhiri, UP, the ruckus that broke out after farmers were crushed by the car of BJP leaders has now started taking political colours. In the matter, first Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav tweeted and demanded the resignation of UP CM Yogi Adityanath, then now Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has targeted the government by tweeting.
Sharing the news of the ruckus that appeared on Live Hindustan on his official Twitter handle, Rahul Gandhi wrote, “Who is silent even after seeing this inhuman massacre, he is already dead. But we will not let this sacrifice go to waste – Farmer Satyagraha Zindabad!”
The one who is silent even after seeing this inhuman massacre, he is already dead.
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) October 3, 2021
Earlier, Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav slammed the BJP government on Twitter. Supporting the farmers’ movement, he raised the demand for treatment to the injured farmer. It has also sought the resignation of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
In Lakhimpur Kheri, a little talk could be had with Shri Tejinder Singh Virk ji, a farmer leader who was seriously injured in the incident of being trampled by BJP workers. In view of his critical condition, the government should immediately provide him the best treatment.
Just one demand Chief Minister resign. pic.twitter.com/V8FUgdZitQ
— Akhilesh Yadav (@yadavakhilesh) October 3, 2021
Let us inform that on Sunday, Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya had come to Lakhimpur Kheri to give a gift of 117 crores. During this, he also laid the foundation stone and inaugurated 165 projects. After this, the Deputy CM left for the village of Union Minister Ajay Mishra Teni. It is said that a large number of farmers were already present on this road. Farmers on the road were protesting against the agriculture law. It is alleged that in the meanwhile some farmers got hit by the vehicles carrying BJP flag, due to which the farmers were badly injured. So far two farmers have died in this accident. Seeing the accident, other farmers got angry. After this the farmers cut the ruckus.