On Thursday, UP Police arrested two people in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case and also summoned Union minister Ajay Misra’s son Ashish Misra over his alleged involvement in the deaths of the four farmers. On Sunday, the protesting farmers in Lakhimpur Kheri accused Ashish Misra of running over the group with his car. Later, clashes broke out in the area, killing four more people. Now, Ashish Misra has been summoned by the UP Police for questioning on Friday. The Supreme Court has also asked the Uttar Pradesh government to explain its FIR in the Lakhimpur Kheri violence case and inform it of the action taken in the matter, who all have been arrested. The Uttar Pradesh government, which is facing heat over the Lakhimpur Kheri violence ahead of the assembly elections, has announced that it has constituted a one-member judicial commission. Retired Allahabad High Court judge Pradeep Kumar Srivastava has been asked to complete the probe into the violence that erupted on Tikonia-Banbirpur road in Lakhimpur Kheri district within two months from the date of the notification which was issued on Wednesday. The announcement of the commission came hours before the apex court was to take up the Lakhimpur Kheri matter. A statement by the police said Luvkush of Banbirpur village and Ashish Pandey of Nighasan tehsil were arrested after questioning.