The Kanpur police claimed on Saturday that an affiliate of gangster Vikas Dubey who was arrested in Maharashtra was “neither needed nor named” within the ambush case wherein eight police personnel have been killed.
Senior Superintendent of Police Dinesh Kumar Prabhu mentioned in a press release that Arvind, alias Guddan Ramvilas Trivedi (46), who was arrested alongside together with his driver Sonu Tiwari by the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) of the Maharashtra Police within the morning, have been neither needed nor named within the encounter case.
“It’s to tell that it has come to mild that the above accused are previous gang members of dreaded gangster Vikas Dubey,” the assertion mentioned.
Trivedi’s function within the encounter case is being investigated in depth. The above accused are neither named nor needed within the Chaubeypur incident, it mentioned.
There was nevertheless no phrase on why the police had launched Trivedi’s picture together with 14 others, claiming them lively gang members of Dubey and needed within the Bikru village bloodbath.
On Saturday morning, the Maharashtra Police arrested Arvind and his driver in Thane, an ATS official.
Trivedi’s was allegedly concerned in lots of felony circumstances together with Dubey, together with the 2001 homicide of UP minister Santosh Shukla, who was killed inside a police station.
The Uttar Pradesh authorities had introduced a reward for Trivedi’s arrest.
After the Kanpur ambush, Trivedi had left his cellphone at a store close to the village and went to Madhya Pradesh together with his driver, an official mentioned on the situation of anonymity.
From Datia in Madhya Pradesh, he travelled to Nashik, then Pune and at last reached Thane, the official added
Trivedi stayed at a good friend’s home in Thane and stored shut watch on information to maintain inventory of the scenario and police actions.