New Delhi: Akash Dubey, the elder son of slain UP gangster Vikas Dubey, has come back to India and went to his house in Lucknow, hours after Vikas Dubey was cremated. On Friday, the gangster was killed in a police encounter while he was being brought to Uttar Pradesh from Madhya Pradesh. He was wanted in several crimes, the recent one being the encounter of eight cops in Kanpur. Also Read – Uttar Pradesh Government Set to Announce Complete Lockdown on Weekends: Reports
Akash, it has been reported, arrived at his house, with a backpack, was stopped by the policemen deployed outside the house. Also Read – Vikas Dubey’s Lucknow House to be Sealed
“He introduced himself and begged to be allowed into the house. He was crying bitterly. He told us that he was in Russia during the lockdown and is a medical student in the UK,” said a police official. Also Read – UP Board Syllabus to be Slashed For Academic Year 2020-21, Haryana to Follow Suit
However, he could not say how he travelled to India from Russia when international flights were suspended due to the pandemic.
The policemen informed Anjali, sister-in-law of Vikas Dubey and she came and escorted Akash into the house.
“We could hear loud wails from inside the house when Akash went in. A family member later said that he clung to his mother and grandmother and cried bitterly,” sources said.
Meanwhile, sources said that Akash’s mother Richa has sent Akash away to a friend’s place on July 3 itself when the police massacre took place.
“She did not want the boy’s career to be jeopardized in the police action that followed. It was only after the police gave a clean chit to Richa on July 10 that she allowed him to return,” the source said.
(With IANS inputs)
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