The farmer died after being crushed by a car not by a bullet, the remaining 4 were victims of lynching, revealed in the post-mortem report

The postmortem reports of all the eight people killed during the violence in Lakhimpur Kheri on Sunday have arrived. According to the report, no one died due to bullet injuries. It is clear in the investigation report that four people were crushed to death by car and bleeding while three BJP workers and journalist Raman Kashyap died due to lynching.

According to sources, the postmortem report of all the four farmers, Lovepreet Singh, Gurvinder Singh, Daljit Singh and Nakshatra Singh, shows that they died of shock and haemorrhage besides excessive bleeding. The report also found marks of any sharp weapon on Gurvinder’s body. At the same time, the other three were crushed by the vehicle or they got stuck in the wheel of the vehicle and kept on dragging.

Marks of beatings with sticks and sticks were found on the body of Union minister’s driver Hari Om Mishra and other BJP worker Shyam Sundar. At the same time, marks of badly hit with sticks have also been found on the body of journalist Raman Kashyap.

Violence broke out in Tikunia in Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri on Sunday when protesting farmers were allegedly crushed by a vehicle. The farmers alleged that the vehicle with which the farmers were crushed was driven by the son of the Union minister.

The violence took place when farmers protesting against agricultural laws showed black flags to Uttar Pradesh Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya, who was returning from a program. However, at the same time an SUV rammed into the farmers, killing four farmers and injuring several others.


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