Vikas Dubey:Uttar Pradesh's Most Wanted Criminal,Wanted For 60 Cases Of Murder,Robbery
Vikas Dubey: Uttar Pradesh's Most Wanted Criminal, Wanted For 60 Cases Of Murder, Robbery
New Delhi: In the early hour of Friday eight Uttar Pradesh policemen, including a Deputy Superintendent of Police, were killed during an operation to nab gangster Vikas Dubey.
The police team was out to look after him after a villager, Rahul Tiwari lodged a case of attempt to murder against Vikas Dubey recently. The raid was conducted on the basis if Tiwari's first information report in Bikru village.
Against Vikas Dubey, there are 60 cases, including murder, robberies and kidnappings. The criminal record of Vikas Dubey began in 1990 with a case of murder.
In 2001, Vikas Dubey was the prime accused in the murder of the Bharatiya Janata Party leader Santosh Shukla, who had been given the rank of the minister of state, inside the Shivli police station in 2001. In the attack, two policemen were also killed.
The 40-year-old UP's most wanted criminal was also named in the murder of Siddeshwar Pandey, the principal, and the assistant manager of Trachand Inter College in 2000.
In the past Dubey was a part of the political party member, allegedly keeps an armed group of henchmen in his village.
Also, Dubey named in the murder of the Siddeshwar Pandey, the principal, and assistant manager of Tarachand Inter College, in 2000.
He had joined the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and was elected as a member of the Nagar Panchayat.