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Injuries on cops in Dubey case not self-inflicted: Probe report | India News


LUCKNOW: Giving a clean chit to the UP Police in the Vikas Dubey encounter case, a three-member judicial commission has said that the injuries suffered by policemen could not have been self-inflicted or fabricated. It also said that the ambush in Bikru village of Kanpur on July 2-3 was a result of "poor planning" and "intelligence failure".
An 825-page report of the commission, headed by retired Supreme Court Judge Justice BS Chauhan, was tabled in the state assembly by parliamentary affairs minister Suresh Khanna on Thursday. The report concluded that Vikas Dubey had been informed about the raid on his house in advance and mentions that Dubey had patronage of police, administrative and revenue authorities.
Eight police personnel, including a deputy SP, were killed during the raid. Dubey, who managed to escape, was later arrested in Ujjain. The police vehicle bringing him back to Kanpur met with and accident and Vikas Dubey was killed in an encounter when he tried to escape from custody, the police had said.
After a magistrial probe, which had also given a clean chit to the police, the UP government set up the Chauhan commission, on the direction of the Supreme Court. Other members of the commission, which completed its report in April this year, were retired Allahabad HC judge Justice Shashi Kant Agarwal and former UP DGP KL Gupta.
"The evidence adduced in the case supports police's version of the incident. The injuries suffered by policemen could not be self-inflicted or fabricated. Dr RS Mishra, who was on the panel of doctors, conducted the post-mortem and clarified that the injuries found on his person (Dubey) could be caused as per the version of police," the panel report said.
"Nobody came forward from the public and media to contradict the police version and no evidence is filed in rebuttal. Richa Dubey, wife of Vikas, filed an affidavit calling the incident a fake encounter but she did not appear before the commission," the commission has said.
Giving a detailed description of the encounter which had taken place on July 10, 2020, the commission said that a herd of cows and buffaloes started crossing the road when the vehicle carrying Dubey reached Kanpur Nagar in Sachendi area.

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August 21, 2021, 12:36 am

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