Tehseen Poonawalla files Complain in National Human Rights Commission against Vikas Dubey’s Encounter By Uttar Pradesh Police
Political Analyst and Famous TV Personality, Tehseen Poonawalla files a complaint in the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) bringing attention to the mysterious encounter of Vikas Dubey by Uttar Pradesh Police on 10th July 2020.
His complaint has been received in HRC Net portal vide diary No. 10210/IN/2020.
According to the report over the last week, five of Dubey’s aides had been killed. Dubey’s closest aide Aman Dubey was shot dead after he was chased down by the police to a village on 5th July 2020 and his other aide, Bauva Dubey, was shot dead in an encounter in Etawah, about 220 km from state capital Lucknow. Furthermore hours before Vikas Dubey’s surrender, two of his accomplices had been shot dead by Uttar Pradesh police in separate encounters. It is alleged that Vikas Dubey’s links with the police and politicians helped him stay out of jail for years. To avoid being encountered Vikas Dubey came forward and surrendered himself publicly outside Mahakal temple in Ujjain.
Adding further it mentions the fact that Vikas Dubey surrendered himself publicly, the police officers should have been extremely cautious about Vikas Dubey, since the other members of his gang were encountered by the police within the period of 7 days.
Claiming this encounter to be fake, he took on the microblogging site, twitter and wrote, “This fictional story makes NO SENSE @Uppolice. For starters, why was Prabhat Mishra’s hands not tied with ropes? Why did @Uppolice not anticipate the worst? (That’s part of the SOPs). Why was the pistol not attached via a rope to the uniform & locked? Why did u take an old van?”
Tehseen Poonawala is known for his appearance on television shows and articulating his thought on social, media.