Hours before infamous criminal Vikas Dubey was killed in an encounter with police near Kanupar on Friday, a petition was filed in the Supreme Court seeking direction to the Uttar Pradesh government and police to protect his life. , As well as to ensure that he is not killed at the hands of the police. The petition also demanded that an FIR be lodged in connection with the encounter killing of five co-accused who were allegedly involved with Dubey in the murder of eight policemen last week and under the supervision of the apex court from the CBI Be investigated.
In Bikeru village of Chaubepur area of Kanpur, on July 3 late night, a police team that raped miscreants was attacked by criminals, in which eight policemen including Deputy Superintendent of Police Devendra Mishra were killed. According to the police, Dubey was killed in an encounter on Friday morning when a police car coming from Ujjain to Kanpur crashed in the Bhouti area and tried to flee from the spot.
Kanpur Range Inspector General of Police Mohit Aggarwal said that four policemen, including an inspector of Nawabganj police station, were injured in the accident. Dubey was rushed to the hospital, where he was declared brought dead. Dubey was the main accused in the Kanpur case. Before Dubey, five of his alleged accomplices were killed in separate encounters with the police.
Citing media reports in the petition filed by advocate Ghanshyam Upadhyay in the apex court claimed that the encounter killing of this five co-accused by the police “is not only extremely illegal and inhuman but the conscience of the court” It is also going to shock and it is the Talibanisation of the country which cannot be accepted at all.
Upadhyay told PTI-language over the phone, “I had filed the petition electronically at two o’clock in the night.” There was a demand to give instructions to the Uttar Pradesh government and the police.