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Lakhimpur violence: SKM formed committee of 7 advocates, will keep farmers’ side in court

New Delhi
The United Kisan Morcha (SKM) on Saturday said it has formed a seven-member committee of lawyers to represent the court cases related to the Lakhimpur violence. SKM, an integrated organization of 40 agricultural unions leading the farmers’ protest against the Centre’s three agricultural laws, said the committee comprises advocates Suresh Kumar Munna, Harjit Singh, Anupam Verma, Mohammad Khawaja, Yadvinder Verma, Surender Singh and Israr Ahmed. .

“This seven-member team will look into the legal battle against the prime accused Ashish Mishra and others in the Lakhimpur Kheri case,” the Morcha said in a statement.

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The farmers organization said that it will also fight for the dismissal and arrest of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra.

He said that the panel of advocates under the guidance of senior advocates of United Kisan Morcha would continuously work to bring justice to the deceased and injured farmers, including the family of the young journalist who was killed in the incident.

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Eight people lost their lives in the incident on October 3. In Tikunia village of Lakhimpur Kheri district, four farmers and a journalist were killed when a vehicle allegedly driven by Ashish Mishra rammed them.