Anti-Terrorism Squad Juhu Unit, Mumbai on Saturday arrested one accused Arvind alias Guddan Ramvilas Trivedi (…Learn Extra
MUMBAI: The Maharashtra anti-terrorism squad (ATS) early on Saturday arrested two henchmen of the UP-based gangster
gang from Thane. The duo was accused within the killing of eight policemen on the intervening night time of July 2 and July three in Kanpur when a police group had gone to arrest Dubey. The duo was caught whereas looking out a protected hide-out in Thane district, close to Mumbai.
These arrested by the Maharashtra ATS are Arvind alias Guddan Ramvilas Trivedi, 46, and his driver Sushilkumar alias Sonu Suresh Tiwari, 30. They are going to be handed over to the UP police.
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Final week, an Uttar Pradesh police group went to Bokru village, Kanpur, to arrest Dubey, a recognized gangster within the northern state, who was dealing with greater than 60 severe legal circumstances. Upon studying of the police presence there, Dubey and his gang members allegedly opened hearth on the police group and killed eight police personnel, in addition to injuring a number of others.
The UP police had launched publish of wished males It included his picture as nicely
Later, a homicide, try and homicide, legal conspiracy case was registered towards the accused on the Choubeypur Police Station, Kanpur. All of the suspects have been on the run and on July 9, Dubey surrendered earlier than the police at a temple in Ujjain. He was arrested and brought to UP. Whereas the police convoy was on its manner, the automotive carrying Dueby allegedly overturned. The police claimed that that is when Dubey tried to grab the firearm of a policeman and tried to flee. He was shot down on the spot.
Whereas Dueby surrendered and was subsequently killed in a police encounter, lots of his gang members have been on the run. A national manhunt has been launched by the UP police to nab them. On Saturday, the Juhu unit of Maharashtra ATS led by inspector Daya Nayak acquired a tip off about an accused reportedly hiding in Thane. A search operation was launched. The ATS laid a lure for Guddan and his driver and nabbed them on Kolshet Highway in Thane.
ATS mentioned that in preliminary inquiry they learnt that Guddan was concerned in lots of circumstances with Vikas Dubey together with the 2001 homicide case of Santosh Shukla, state minster. The UP authorities had additionally introduced reward for the arrest of Guddan.