Breaking: Gangster Vikas Dubey Arrested By UP Police In Ujjain

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Gangster Vikas Dubey who was responsible for the death of 8 Uttar Pradesh cops last week has been finally arrested in Ujjain.

At least 8 police officers of Uttar Pradesh Police were killed in an encounter with the criminals in Kanpur on Friday. A superintendent of police was also killed in the incident. The police team was approaching nab Vikas Dubey, who has been charged in over 60 criminal cases which later broke out into an encounter. The encounter took place in Dikru village which comes under Chaubeypur police station.


Vikas Dubey, the criminal who has over 60 cases against him and the one who killed eight police officers in Kanpur, is also known to have murdered a minister in the Rajnath Singh led government in UP.

The incident dates back to 2001 when Vikas Dubey barged into a police station and shot at Santosh Shukla who was then a minister in the UP government led by the current defense minister Rajnath Singh. A year prior to that, in 2000, Vikas Dubey was accused of Killing Siddeshwar Pandey, the assistant manager at Tarachand Inter College. In the same year, he conspired and killed Rambabu Yadav in Kanpur while he was still in Jail.

Vikas Dubey

In 2004, he was involved in the murder of cable businessman Dinesh Dubey and in 2018 he planned a deadly attack on his own cousin Anurag. During this time, he was in prison and carried out the entire operation from prison. Apart from the murders, Vikas Dubey was involved in nabbing huge lands through illegal occupation. In and around 2002, Vikas Dubey had an unflinching influence in Kanpur city, Bilhaur, Shivrajpur, Riyan, and Choubepur areas.


Nabbed From Madhya Pradesh

A close aide of Vikas Dubey, the gangster who killed 8 policemen in Kanpur, was shot dead in Uttar Pradesh’s Hamirpur Yesterday. Vikas Dubey had been on the run since the incident that happened on Thursday. The Uttar Pradesh Police were on a hunt for the gangster.

The police nabbed him from a Mahakali Temple in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh.