Lakhimpur Kheri Police Interrogated Ashish Mishra In Crime Branch Office Two Accused Including Ankit Das Arrested

Samvad News Agency, Lakhimpur Kheri

Published by: Vikas Kumar
Updated Wed, 13 Oct 2021 06:02 PM IST

Summary

A court hearing was held on Wednesday to be sent to police remand after the driver Shekhar Bharti, who was arrested on Tuesday in the Tikunia violence case, was sent to judicial custody. The police had sought remand for 14 days, but the court has granted remand for three days from Wednesday.

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On the second day of the police remand of Ashish Mishra Monu, the main accused in the Tikunia violence case, the investigation continued at the Crime Branch office. On the other hand, Ankit Das surrendered in front of the DIG after reaching the crime branch office on Wednesday. Lawyers also accompanied him. Apart from this, the police have arrested Latif alias Kale. With this, the total number of arrested accused in this case has increased to six.

The SIT investigating the case was trying for several days to arrest the owner of Fortuner vehicle and close to Ashish Mishra alias Monu, Babu Banarasi Das Bhawan Babu Banarsidas Nagar, Lucknow, while Ankit Das was trying to arrest the police. Was planning to surrender in court.

The SIT had pasted the notice at Ankit Das’s house. Due to this, Ankit Das reached the crime branch office on Wednesday with his lawyer and surrendered before the DIG. Apart from this, the driver Latif alias Kale resident Ghosiana Devkali police station Fardhan was arrested, who was present in Tikunia on the day of the incident. After this, the police have sought 14 days police remand by presenting both of them in the court. However, the court accepted the remand of 14 days and sent both the accused to the district jail in judicial custody. Along with this, the investigator has requested the court to give the accused in police remand for 14 days to bring out all the facts regarding the incident during the investigation, which is still under consideration.

Police took accused Shekhar on remand of three
A court hearing was held on Wednesday to be sent to police remand after the driver Shekhar Bharti, who was arrested on Tuesday in the Tikunia violence case, was sent to judicial custody. The police had sought remand for 14 days, but the court has granted remand for three days from Wednesday. The police have started interrogation by taking Shekhar on remand.

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On the second day of the police remand of Ashish Mishra Monu, the main accused in the Tikunia violence case, the investigation continued at the Crime Branch office. On the other hand, Ankit Das surrendered in front of the DIG after reaching the crime branch office on Wednesday. Lawyers also accompanied him. Apart from this, the police have arrested Latif alias Kale. With this, the total number of arrested accused in this case has increased to six.

The SIT investigating the case was trying for several days to arrest the owner of Fortuner vehicle and close to Ashish Mishra alias Monu, Babu Banarasi Das Bhawan Babu Banarsidas Nagar, Lucknow, while Ankit Das was trying to arrest the police. Was planning to surrender in court.

The SIT had pasted the notice at Ankit Das’s house. Due to this, Ankit Das reached the crime branch office on Wednesday with his lawyer and surrendered before the DIG. Apart from this, the driver Latif alias Kale resident Ghosiana Devkali police station Fardhan was arrested, who was present in Tikunia on the day of the incident. After this, the police have sought 14 days police remand by presenting both of them in the court. However, the court accepted the remand of 14 days and sent both the accused to the district jail in judicial custody. Along with this, the investigator has requested the court to give the accused in police remand for 14 days to bring out all the facts regarding the incident during the investigation, which is still under consideration.

Police took accused Shekhar on remand of three

A court hearing was held on Wednesday to be sent to police remand after the driver Shekhar Bharti, who was arrested on Tuesday in the Tikunia violence case, was sent to judicial custody. The police had sought remand for 14 days, but the court has granted remand for three days from Wednesday. The police have started interrogation by taking Shekhar on remand.