Gangster Vikas Dubey’s daughter-in-law didn’t open door for cop looking for hideout during Kanpur encounter

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According to reports, Dubey’s daughter-in-law Chama, maid Rekha Agnihotri and a neighbour have been arrested for helping the gangster and his men by providing them support and information about police personnel’s position during the encounter.

In a related development, the state government led by Yogi Adityanath ordered a magisterial enquiry into the encounter case. 

According to reports, Dubey’s daughter-in-law Chama, maid Rekha Agnihotri and a neighbour have been arrested for helping the gangster and his men by providing them support and information about police personnel’s position during the encounter. In fact, Chama is accused of not opening the door of her house despite insistence by police personnel, who was looking for a hideout to save himself from bullets unleashed by Dubey’s men during the gunfight. 

On the other hand, maid Rekha and neighbour Suresh Varma were seen informing Dubey’s men of policemen’s location. According to police, they were seen screaming, “Kill all cops, no one should remain alive.” 

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