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The writ constituted by the Supreme Court
Uttar Pradesh Police has got a big relief in the encounter case of Bikeru mastermind and gangster Vikas Dubey in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Retired Justice BS Chauhan Committee constituted by the Supreme Court to investigate this case has given a clean chit to the UP Police. The committee has not found any evidence against the UP police.
After the encounter of Vikas Dubey, the retired Justice BS Chauhan Committee constituted by the Supreme Court questioned many policemen, but they did not get any concrete evidence to prove that the encounter was fake. In the absence of evidence, gave a clean chit to the UP police in the Vikas Dubey encounter case. Retired Justice BS Chauhan Committee has said in its report that no evidence has been found against the UP Police.
The Supreme Court had formed a three-member team
The Supreme Court constituted a three-member committee to investigate the Vikas Dubey encounter case. While approving the proposed names of the Uttar Pradesh government in the committee, the Supreme Court constituted a committee headed by retired Justice BS Chauhan, former DGP KL Gupta and former High Court judge Shashikant Aggarwal.
What is the whole matter
The night of 2 July 2020, eight policemen were killed in Bikaru village of Kanpur. Vikas Dubey, the main accused in the case, was arrested a week later from Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh but died within 24 hours in a police encounter near Kanpur. Vikas Dubey was brought from UP STF and UP Police team from Ujjain via car.
Meanwhile, during the entry into Kanpur, it was raining heavily, due to which a convoy car overturned. After overturning the vehicle, Vikas Dubey snatched the policemen’s weapon and tried to escape. When he was surrounded by the police, he tried firing at the police. Police said that the jawans who were present there fired during self-defense and Vikas Dubey was killed.