- Serious questions arose from SIT report investigating Bikeru scandal
- Names of 37 police personnel have been revealed in the report, dismissal of 8 possible
- There may be demotion of 6, departmental action is fixed on the remaining 23
- On July 2, 8 policemen martyred while raiding Vikas Dubey’s village
The historyheater hidden in the police department used to give information about Dubey’s ‘Vibhishan’ moment by moment. No one had predicted that the development of police personnel from Vikas Dubey would be so frightening. The brunt of this was paid to eight police personnel after losing their lives. The SIT investigating the Bikeru massacre has exposed the hidden accounts inside the department by exposing them. The names of 37 police personnel have been revealed. Out of which eight police personnel are hanging the sword of dismissal. 6 Police personnel may be demoted. Departmental action is being decided on the remaining 23.
Historyheater Vikas Dubey, along with his henchmen, brutally killed eight police personnel on the night of 2 July. In response, UP STF killed 6 miscreants including Vikas Dubey in an encounter. The SIT was formed under the chairmanship of Sanjay Bhusreddy by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The SIT has investigated and submitted its report to the Chief Minister. The SIT report found 37 policemen guilty.
The SIT report has been taken into consideration by the government. Kanpur top officials have demanded a SIT report, in which information about which police personnel has been framed. After the report comes, advance action will be taken. Action will be taken based on the allegations made on the police personnel. According to the police rules, if found guilty of major punishment, there is a provision of 3 years sentence and sent on minimum wage. In this situation, you cannot get a SHO for three years and a promotion for 10 years.
These policemen can be sacked
At the time of the Bikeru murder case, the then SO Vinay Tiwari and Daroga KK Sharma were accused of informing Dabish. Both Mati are currently in jail. With this, the dismissals of SI Azhar Ishrat, SI Kunwarpal Singh, SI Vishwanath Mishra, SI Avnish Kumar Singh, constables Rajeev Kumar and constables Abhishek Kumar, who were posted at Chaubepur police station, are being decided.