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UP Cop, Accused Of Helping Gangster-On-Run Vikas Dubey Arrested

Vinay Tiwari was in charge of the Chaubeypur police station with jurisdiction over Dubey’s village and had allegedly watered down charges against

 

NEW DELHI| On Wednesday, Suspended Uttar Pradesh police inspector Vinay Tiwari, accused of tripping off gangster Vikas Dubey to a raid last week that turned into a massacre in which eight policemen were killed, was arrested. Vinay Tiwari was in charge of the Chaubeypur police station with jurisdiction over Vikas Dubey’s village in Kanpur and had allegedly watered down charges against him in earlier cases.

Dinesh Kumar P, Kanpur police chief, “We have made the arrests after a lot of evidence collection. If anyone attacks the police or prevents us from working or conspires to get a policeman attacked, we will take action even if it is a fellow cop.”

Vinay Tiwari was suspended on Saturday over his links with the criminal. A sub-inspector in the same police station, KK Sharma, was also arrested. Earlier today, all 68 policemen posted at the Chaubeypur police station were removed and sent to the police lines.

This on a day police teams appeared to close in on Vikas Dubey, who was spotted on security footage at a hotel near Delhi. One of Vikas Dubey’s closet aides, Aman Dubey was shot dead this morning and two more associates were arrested.

Earlier 50 policemen went to Vikas Dubey’s village to arrest the notorious gangster charged in 60 cases including murder, kidnapping and extortion. Vikas Dubey was alerted by someone from the police force, had set up obstacles on roads, organized on roads, organized his men and was waiting with AK-47s for the police teams that arrived in the early hours. Resulted in killing 8 policemen and some injured. The gangster and many of his men escaped.

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