Vikas Dubey Killed Cops With Sharp-Edged Weapons, Says Additional Director General Of UP Police
Post-mortem report reveals that sharp-edged weapons and guns were used to kill the eight policemen at Bikaroo village on July 3.
Uttar Pradesh Additional Director General of Police (ADG), Law and Order, Prashant Kumar, on Tuesday (July 14), briefed media about the Kanpur shootout case and said post-mortem report revealed that sharp-edged weapons were used to kill the eight cops. He also said that the slain gangster Vikas Dubey looted the arms of the policemen after the killing them. In a press conference, he said, “Post-mortem report reveals that sharp-edged weapons and guns were used to kill the eight policemen at Bikaroo village on July 3. Circle Officer (CO) Devendra Mishra had four bullet injuries. Also, it reveals that all bullets were shot from point-blank range.”
“After killing the eight policemen, on July 3, at Bikaroo village, the accused also looted the arms of our policemen.” Kumar further informed media that “there are a total of 21 accused in the case, of which four have been arrested while six accused, including Vikas Dubey, have been killed during police proceedings in different incidents.” Notably, the Uttar Pradesh government has constituted a one-member commission to investigate the Vikas Dubey encounter case.
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