Rakesh Tikait’s warning effect: Ajay Mishra Teni out of sugar mills event

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Lucknow: The management of two cooperative sugar mills in Belrayan and Sampurna Nagar of Kheri district rescheduled their crushing season opening programme on Tuesday as the farmers objected the inauguration of the crushing season of mills by Union Minister of state (MoS) Ajay Kumar Mishra Teni.

Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) leader Rakesh Tikait had warned that the farmers would take their sugarcane to the office of district magistrate if the minister inaugurates the crushing operations of the mills.

The minister’s son Ashish Mishra is the prime accused in violence that occurred at Tikunia, Lakhimpur Kheri on October 3 in which eight persons including four farmers and a journalist were killed. Ashish Mishra is currently in jail.

As per the revised programme shared by the officials of these mills, district magistrate, who is also the administrator of the two sugar mills will inaugurate the crushing season in Sarju Cooperative Sugar Mill in Belrayan at 9 am on Wednesday and at 11 am at Kisan Cooperative Sugar Mill in Sampurna Nagar.

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