"Vikas Dubey encounter: UP Police gets clean chit from Justice BS Chauhan panel, 'no evidence' found"
The Justice BS Chauhan inquiry commission, created by the province government, has found no proof of wrongdoing by province Police within the encounter killings of gangster Vikas Dubey and his 5 associates, allegedly staged to penalise the murder of eight policemen within the Bikru slaying.This is contrary to the findings of the Special Investigation Team (SIT), that was additionally created by the Yogi Adityanath government last year to probe the role of police personnel within the Bikru slaying. The SIT had found that over fifty police personnel had a nexus with Vikas Dubey, the most suspect within the slaying.The report is within the method of being filed within the Supreme Court. whereas the Bikru armed assault on the police team passed within the night of Gregorian calendar month three, the encounter killings of Dubey and his associates happened in broad daylight."And yet, there was no freelance witness United Nations agency came forward to depose and provides proof that was discrepant with the police version of the encounters," same an officer supply.
As several as six PILs were filed within the Supreme Court that later approved the UP government`s call to institute associate degree inquiry commission into the encounter killings.The Justice Chauhan Commission lamented in its 130-odd page report that's in the midst of 600 pages of documents with reference to dummy enactment of encounters in any respect encounter sites, questioning of every police officer concerned within the encounters and statement of witnesses -- that not everybody from the media, native resident or perhaps the relatives of Dubey and his killed gang members came forward to testify before the panel despite summons to them.The SIT, headed by further Chief Secretary Sanjay Bhoosreddy and enclosed further metric weight unit Hari Ram Sharma and DIG Ravinder Goud as its members, on the opposite hand, had counselled `strong action` against police personnel United Nations agency had a nexus with Vikas Dubey and his gang.
The SIT, in its 3,500-page report submitted in Nov last year, had indicted the then DIG Kanpur Anant Dev Tiwari for his nexus with the gang once that Tiwari was placed beneath suspension.
The report carried thirty six recommendations, giving details of the alleged role of some officers and police personnel within the Kanpur episode. "It came to the fore that policemen accustomed offer tip-offs to Dubey, and on the night of the ambush he was aware that a police team was returning to Bikru," a senior officer had same