New Delhi: In the case of the meeting with the gangster Vikas Dubey, the Supreme Court ordered the government of the UP to take the appropriate measures on the recommendations of the commission of inquiry. The High Court ordered that the panel report of Judge (Retired) BS Chauhan be placed in the public domain and posted on its website. Along with this, the Supreme Court ordered to close all petitions related to the murder of UP police officers, mobster Vikas Dubey and five others at the encounter.
In the case of the meeting with Vikas Dubey, the high court on Friday ordered the UP government to take appropriate measures on the recommendations of the commission of inquiry. The Supreme Court ordered that the panel’s report be placed in the public domain. Vikas Dubey, accused of killing eight policemen in Bikru village in Kanpur, was killed by UP police during an encounter. This incident caused a stir throughout the country.
After which, the Supreme Court set up a commission of inquiry in 2021 under retired Supreme Court Justice BS Chauhan. The panel had given UP police a proper nudge in its investigative report. The report was tabled in the UP Assembly last year. The Commission’s report was submitted to the Supreme Court after the report received the green signal. On Friday, the Supreme Court ordered the UP government to take appropriate action on the Commission’s recommendations.
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