Mayawati's Brahmin card with the help of Vikas Dubey's daughter-in-law, Satish Mishra will fight Khushi Dubey's case
Mayawati's mission Brahmin has started before the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections. The first event under this mission is to be held on 23 July. The party will fight a legal battle for Khushi Dubey under Mission Brahmin. Khushi Dubey is the wife of Amar Dubey, who was the nephew of Vikas Dubey, the main accused in the Bikru case. Amar Dubey was also killed in an encounter by the police. According to former BSP minister Nakul Dubey, the party's Brahmin face and senior advocate Satish Mishra will demand the release of Amar's wife Khushi Dubey. Khushi has been locked in Barabanki's Kishore Kendra for a year.
Case is registered on Khushi under strict sections of IPC
Khushi has been booked under strict sections of the IPC including murder and criminal conspiracy. His family had claimed in an affidavit before the special court in Kanpur Dehat that he should be treated as a juvenile. Khushi's lawyer had argued that she was married to Amar just three days before the massacre in Bikru. So he had no role in the conspiracy. But Khushi has been denied bail till now.
Satish Mishra will fight the case
Nakul Dubey, who arrived in Ayodhya to finalize the preparations for the Brahmin conference, said that senior advocate and BSP general secretary Satish Mishra will fight Khushi's case and demand her release. However, Khushi Dubey's advocate Shivkant Dixit said, "I am not interested in any particular party. But if anyone wants to join us in the fight for the release of Khushi Dubey, they are welcome.