New Delhi: The Uttar Pradesh police has taken custody of gangster Vikas Dubey, who was once previous within the day arrested out of doors a temple in Madhya Pradesh’s Ujjain after buying prasad and an access price ticket to the shrine. Notably, Dubey is sought after in reference to the Kanpur ambush during which 8 policemen had been killed. Also Read – Had Planned to Burn Bodies of Slain Cops, Didn’t Have Time, Says Gangster Vikas Dubey Hours After Dramatic Arrest
The police, in conjunction with the gangster, have now departed for Uttar Pradesh. Also Read – Vikas Dubey’s Mother Claims Her Son is Samajwadi Party Member; SP Denies Claim, Demands Strict Action
Carrying a praise of Rs five lakh for info resulting in his arrest, Dubey were at the run since final Friday evening when a police birthday party, which had long gone to arrest him from his space in Bikru village within the Chaubeypur house of Kanpur, was once ambushed. The workforce was once stuck in a hail of gunfire from rooftops, which left 8 policemen useless together with a deputy superintendent. Also Read – Vikas Dubey Arrested in Ujjain, 9 July: Ujjain Mahakal Temple Shopkeeper Recognised Gangster First | All You Need to Know
Police say he has been a primary accused in some 60 prison instances in his lifetime, together with murders. Among them, he was once accused of killing a BJP MLA in a police station 20 years in the past however was once acquitted for loss of proof.
Lauding Ujjain police for arresting Dubey, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted, “Those who feel that after going to the Mahakal temple, their sins will be wiped out, they do not know about the Mahakal. Our government will not spare any criminals.”
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