All hearing in Vikas Dubey encounter case closed: SC said- UP government should implement the recommendation of Inquiry Commission, report should also be made public

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All hearing in Vikas Dubey encounter case closed: SC said- UP government should implement the recommendation of Inquiry Commission, report should also be made public
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The Supreme Court has closed the hearing of the gangster Vikas Dubey encounter case of Kanpur. While hearing, on Friday, the court said that the report of the case has been submitted. So there is nothing left in this matter. The UP Government should implement the recommendations of the Inquiry Commission. The Supreme Court, while ordering the report of the Commission to public, has also asked to put it on the Supreme Court website. A bench of Chief Justice NV Ramana, Justice Krishna Murari and Justice Hima Kohli gave this order. The petitioners can seek legal help: the SC Supreme Bench agreed to the UP government's argument. Under the Inquiry Commission Act, 1952, the Commission did its work, filed its report and was placed on the table of the assembly. The state government said that an appeal or opposition cannot be made against this report, as it is not a decision. The bench said during the hearing that if the petitioners are still suffering, they can resort to the law. In the absence of the evidence, the encounter has been told in the report of Sahijastis Chauhan that in July 2020, after Bikrou scandal, gangster Vikas Dubey and There is no doubt or confusion about the police story of others being killed in an encounter. Because no one came from the public or the media to oppose the claim of the police. Nor was any evidence filed in protest on behalf of the family. Hearing on four PILs in SC, the court has heard four PILs. It also included the petition of advocate Ghanshyam Upadhyay. In addition to the reorganization of the Inquiry Commission in the four petitions, an independent inquiry was also sought under the supervision of the court. The petitioners told all the encounters that before the murder, the Salisitor General Tushar Mehta and senior advocate Harish Salve said that the matter said that the matter Should be closed. In this, allegations and counter-allegations were made without any argument. A three -member inquiry commission was constituted and he filed his report. Not every person can be made happy. On this, the SC bench said that if anyone still says that crime has happened, then he will have to follow the process of law. A petitioner argued that the Inquiry Commission did not investigate and all these encounters were murder. 8 Police personnel were killed, the police came to arrest the police team Vikas Dubey on 2 July 2020 in Bikru, Thakanpur. Gangster Vikas Dubey and his associates opened fire on the police team. In this, 8 policemen died. The police killed Vikas Dubey and his 5 accused in 8 days of the incident. On 10 July 2020, Vikas Dubey was killed in an encounter. Three members of the Commission were formed to investigate. The Justice Chauhan Commission also had a member of the High Court judge Shashikant Aggarwal and retired DGP KL Gupta of Uttar Pradesh. In protest, the Supreme Court has dissolved the petition to dissolve this judicial commission. On 19 August 2020, the Supreme Court filed a petition to dissolve the Judicial Commission. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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