U.P.’s Gangster Vikas Dubey Killed in Encounter

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Vikas Dubey Encountered by Police
Vikas Dubey Killed on Friday morning, Vikas Dueby was Escorded to Kanpur from Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh after his arrest

Gangster Vikas Dubey killed in an encounter on Friday morning. 

Reports say, the U.P. Police jeep overturned due to an accident near Kanpur and Gangster Vikas Dubey tried running away snatching a policeman’s pistol. To stop the goon, one of the policemen came forward and shooted Vikas Dubey on his chest. Soon after this, the police took him to the nearby hospital where he was declared dead by the doctors. 

Dubey was accused of killing eight policemen outside his residence in Bikru village on 3rd July and then eloping with this group. His three supports and pattern-in-crime have been held and killed in an encounter on Wednesday and Thursday this week. 

To this, one of the policemen said that Dubey fired at the policemen with an “intent to kill.” Source: The Hindu. 

Kanpur’s S.P., Anil Kumar, told a T.V. news channel- “Vikas Dubey tried to run after snatching a pistol of an injured policeman. The police surrounded him from all four sides and tried to make him surrender, but he fired at the police. In self-defence, police fired two bullets [at Dubey] injuring him,” Source: The Hindu. 

Further, Kanpur’s SSP Dinesh Kumar P. said that the policemen who accompanied Dubey have injuries that occurred due to the accident. 

On this encounter, the President of Samajwadi Party, Akhilesh Yadav tweeted- “The car hasn’t overturned, but the government has been saved from being overturned because of secrets.” Source: Twitter. 

The U.P. Police have been searching for gangster Dubey from 3rd July when he killed eight policemen and ran away with his three other partners. 

On Thursday, Dubey was arrested from Ujjain’s Mahakal Temple in the morning. 

The M.P. Police Official said- “He was handed over to the U.P. police, who took him to their State by road,” Source: The Hindu. 

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Source: The Hindu