Inspector General of Police, Kanpur, Mohit Agarwal stated a money reward of Rs 50,000 has been introduced for offering details about Dubey and the identification of the data supplier will likely be stored secret.
- Last Updated: July 4, 2020, 1:41 PM IST
Inspector General of Police, Kanpur, Mohit Agarwal on Saturday advised PTI, “To nab Vikas Dubey and his accomplices, as many as 25 teams have been formed which are conducting raids in different districts of the state and other states as well.”Police officers additionally stated the surveillance group was scanning over 500 cell phones and efforts have been on to retrieve data pertaining to Dubey, who has confronted about 60 legal circumstances. The Special Task Force of UP Police has additionally been roped in.
Agarwal stated a money reward of Rs 50,000 has been introduced for offering details about Dubey and the identification of the data supplier will likely be stored secret.
He additionally stated seven policemen, who have been injured in the encounter, have been admitted to a personal hospital the place their situation is secure. Police had late on Friday night time raided Dubey’s home in Krishnanagar space of Lucknow.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath rushed to Kanpur on Friday to meet the members of the family of the slain policemen and introduced monetary help of Rs one crore every to the bereaved households.
Eight police personnel, together with a DSP, have been gunned down in a village close to the town by the henchmen of a legal who misplaced two of them in a firefight later, officers stated.
Seven others, together with a civilian, have been injured in the assault from a rooftop on a police group after it entered Bikru village previous Thursday midnight to arrest Dubey.
The attackers fled, snatching weapons from the lifeless and the wounded policemen. Promising that these behind the heinous crime won’t be let off, the chief minister stated a authorities job could be given to a member of every of the bereaved households apart from extraordinary pension.
Stressing that the federal government was with the households, Adityanath stated it could work to be certain that justice was carried out and people behind the crime have been punished as per the legislation.
“Some of the weapons which the miscreants had fled with have been recovered. None of those responsible for this heinous act will be let off and the sacrifice of the slain policemen will not be allowed to go in vain. The brave jawans were killed while they had gone for carrying out a raid as part of their duty,” he stated.