Deepak Prakash, brother of Vikas Dubey accused in Bikru case surrenders in court

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Kanpur : Deep Prakash, brother of Vikas Dubey, accused in the Bikru case and who was killed in a police encounter, surrendered in court on Wednesday. The police had been searching for him for several days. Commissioner of Police D. K. Thakur said that the accused will now be questioned by taking on remand.

Before this, Deep Prakash had reached the court on 19 December to surrender, but the police got a clue that he escaped once again. A reward of 20 thousand rupees was announced on Deep Prakash. He has been booked in several sections including forgery at Krishna Nagar police station in Lucknow.

Earlier on Tuesday, the licenses of some close people of Vikas Dubey were revoked after hearing in the District Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday. License of Anjali Dubey, Babu Singh, Akhilesh Kumar alias Chhote Shukla and Ramchandra have been revoked. Earlier, licenses of more than a dozen people associated with Vikas Dubey have been revoked.

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