Video: Who is guilty of Lakhimpur violence? Government, Opposition or Protesting Farmers

Lucknow: An agreement has been reached after talks between farmers and officials over the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri in Uttar Pradesh. The Yogi government has also given cheques to the families of farmers who died in the violence after announcing a compensation of Rs 45 lakh. It has also been announced to provide government jobs to a family member of the deceased. A judicial inquiry has also been promised into the violence. The inquiry is scheduled to be conducted under the supervision of a retired high court judge. But even after all this, the issue continues to be debated and all opposition parties, from congress to SP-AAP, are trying to cash in on the Lakhimpur issue as assembly elections are due there in the coming days. Meanwhile, a video of a woman who has put the government, the opposition and the court in the dock has asked sharp questions to all politicians.

In the video, he took a dig at politicians going to Lakhimpur and said, "Murder is murder, but it is justice that compensation of Rs. In Lakhimpur, 8 men were killed, but compensation is at the forefront of sympathizing with only 5 men' families, armed with lathi swords, and Congress President Rahul, Priyanka Gandhi and Akhilesh. All of them are repeatedly adamant on visiting the spot, why? In the video, the woman says that many people have been killed in Bengal on the other hand, and people are still being killed every day, and now Pandit Makhanlal ji, and garib rehri wala and a principal and teacher have also been killed in Kashmir. After all, why have these Congress leaders Akhilesh and Channi not gone to Kashmir so far? Nor did they announce compensation for all of them. All this questions the fate of these and the alleged leaders, the question is, why did the Lakhimpur incident take place? The reason for this is nothing but Rakesh Tikait and his own companions, these people will continue to incite riots every day and every day people will continue to die. But they will continue to bake their loaves and the government will compensate for all these incidents. In fact, by law, these compensations should be paid by selling the lands of these farmer leaders.


The woman has further said, "One of my questions is to the venerable Judge Sahib, if anyone attacks your car, will you drive away your car or stand there?" She adds that by now you may have got a lot of reels (Video), but what did you do to catch those people, the real criminals are the ones who were attacking with swords, stalk and brick. The woman continued and said that if the minister's son had not run away, he would have been killed, would you have paid compensation of Rs. 45 lakhs to his father also? She adds that i request you to make a law that you should not disturb the general public on the road, she can also take another route to meet her demands, then she says that she hopes that you will do it before retirement so that the people will remember you for years. Namaskar.

The video is said to be of a woman named Rohatgi Jayashree, however, it is not known where it belongs and when it was shot.

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