A bench of Justices Surya Kant and J K Maheshwari directed that Ashish shall not stay either in Uttar Pradesh or in Delhi during the interim bail period.
According to Uttar Pradesh Police FIR, four farmers were mowed down by an SUV, in which Union Minister Ajay Kumar Mishra's son Ashish Mishra was seated.
Additional Advocate General for Uttar Pradesh Garima Prashad told a bench of Justice Surya Kant and Justice J K Maheshwari that the crime is grave.
The bench also asked the UP Government to apprise the court of the particulars of persons who were arrested in the cross FIR registered by the main accused Ashish Mishra.
It is alleged that he was in an SUV that ran over four farmers and a journalist during a protest march in Lakhimpur Kheri on October 3 last year.
Senior Advocate Dushyant Dave said that five people were killed in a merciless manner. “Both courts have found that it was premeditated,” he added.
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Union Minister Ajay Mishra's son Ashish Misra was arrested after four farmers were crushed under the wheels of a convoy of cars.
A day before his retirement, a bench led by him sought the Centre & Gujarat government’s response in a plea challenging remission granted to convicts in the Bilkis Bano case.
The protesters, who included farmers from Madhya Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Tamil Nadu as well, also demanded a law on MSP for their crops and withdrawal of the Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2022.
A bench of Justice Krishna Pahal had reserved its order on July 15 after completing the hearing.
The victim side on Monday concluded its arguments after which the court fixed July 13 as the date for hearing the state government's arguments.
The attack took place Tuesday night when the Bhartiya Kisan Union (Tikait) district president was returning home from Aliganj- Muda road in Gola kotwali area in his SUV.
Ashish Mishra's counsel argued that it was not necessary to have his bail plea rejected by a lower court for the added sections.
Thereafter, Justice Krishan Pahal of the Lucknow bench of the high court granted two days to Ashish Mishra's counsel to file a rejoinder affidavit and fixed the next date of hearing on May 30.
Rakesh Tikait reiterated his demand of resignation of Union Minister of State for Home Ajay Kumar Mishra over the violence.
While cancelling Ashish Mishra's bail, the Supreme Court had asked the high court to decide his bail plea afresh and the plea came up for hearing before Justice Singh's bench.
Last week, the Supreme Court, while hearing the petitions filed by farmers challenging the accused's bail, ruled against Ashish Mishra.
The attack on the Tikunia violence eyewitnesses after his release on bail has only exacerbated Ashish Mishra's troubles.
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Priyanka Gandhi said injustice and atrocities of the cruellest degree were meted out to the families of the farmers killed in the Lakhimpur violence.
Rakesh Tikait said the Uttar Pradesh government should now work to provide security, compensation and justice to the aggrieved farmers.