Lakhimpur Kheri Case: Relatives of farmers who were crushed under a vehicle during a farmers’ demonstration at Tikuniya in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri district on October 3 have returned three central agriculture laws to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He termed the announcement of the acquisition as a belated step. & Nbsp;
He welcomed the announcement of the repeal of the laws but said that their losses could not be compensated. Satnam Singh of Chaukhara Farm in Palia tehsil of Khiri district had lost his only son Lovepreet Singh in the triangular violence on October 3. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday revoked three agricultural laws. Talking to reporters after the announcement, Satnam said that no one could compensate him. He said that if this step had been taken a month ago, his son would have been with him today.
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Gurvinder’s brother Gursewak said, "The prime minister has announced that he will withdraw the law in the run-up to the elections, but has won half the victory. The Prime Minister has not yet guaranteed the MSP. Only then will the government meet all the demands. Farmer Peace be upon the soul of the martyred brother. I applaud the decision of the Prime Minister but the struggle will continue till the demand is met." Following the death of Daljit Singh, a farmer in Bahraich district, his family is also demanding the resignation of Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Ajay Mishra.
When a group agitating against three new agricultural laws at the Center staged a protest against the visit of Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya on October 3. The angry protesters allegedly beat up two BJP workers and their driver and killed a local journalist.
A case has been registered against him under the relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, including murder. The two farmers killed in the incident were residents of Khiri district while two farmers were residents of Bahraich district.