Farmer leader Yogendra Yadav suspended for meeting family members of BJP worker killed in Lakhimpur violence

New Delhi: The United Kisan Morcha (SKM) has suspended Yogendra Yadav for a month. SKM is the apex body of farmers' organisations agitating against the agricultural laws of the Central Government. The suspension of Yogendra Yadav has been carried out to the house of BJP activist Shubham Mishra, who was killed in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence.

Yadav himself had shared information regarding this meeting on Twitter. He wrote that, on his return from the Martyr Kisan Tribute meeting, went to a BJP worker Shubham Mishra's house. The family did not get angry with us. Just ask the question with a sad heart: are we not farmers? What was wrong with our son? Why did your partner say an action-reaction thing? His questions are ringing in his ears!' It is being said that there was resentment in SKM against Yogendra Yadav since this tweet. The front was also talking about taking action against him, but before that, he was also asked to apologize. In the SKM meeting held on Thursday (21 October 2021), it was decided to suspend Yogendra Yadav for one month.


According to sources, the farmers of Punjab had aggressively demanded action against Yogendra Yadav. During the meeting, Yogendra Yadav had apologised for not consulting his colleagues before meeting the Shubham Mishra family. But he did not apologise for meeting the family of the deceased BJP worker. He said he did nothing wrong by expressing condolences.

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