Wife of slain gangster Vikas Dubey seeks permission of UP CM for euthanasia along with family. Kanpur News – Times of India

Kanpur: One year after gangster Vikas Dubey and his associates killed eight policemen Bikru Village His wife from Kanpur on the night of 2 July 2020 Richa Dubey On Friday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath sought permission to perform euthanasia along with his family claiming harassment by government agencies. Dubey was killed in an encounter on the morning of 10 July.
Talking to reporters in Lucknow, he claimed that his family was being harassed continuously and now they do not want to live anymore. “We request the CM to accept our request and allow us to euthanasia,” Richa said.
“No one is paying attention to our complaints. We are running short of money and now we are not able to even deposit the school fees of our children. I have to run my house by selling jewellery,” she said.
Richa further said that not only this, the death certificate of her husband Vikas Dubey, who was killed in the police encounter, has not been made even after a year.
“As the name of his father was wrongly entered in the postmortem slip, the error appeared in the funeral slip as well. Due to which the people of the municipal corporation refused to get my husband’s death certificate made and now we are facing lot of problems and are not able to claim the sum insured.
Richa said, “Finally, I demand Chief Minister Yogi ji to allow us to euthanasia.”
He said that the Chief Minister belongs to the entire state but no one is paying attention to our complaints. “I have full sympathy for the policemen killed by Vikas on the intervening night of July 2 and 3. I never said anything bad about those families, but someone should listen to us too,” she said and added, “If my husband Vikas did wrong, he was punished for that, why bother us now? Used to be.”
Eight policemen including DSP Devendra Mishra, was ambushed at Bikru village in Chaubepur area of ​​Kanpur, when they were on their way to arrest Dubey and came under fire from rooftops soon after midnight of July 2 and 3, 2020.
Dubey was killed in an encounter on the morning of July 10, when a police vehicle carrying him from Ujjain to Kanpur met with an accident and tried to flee the spot in Sachendi’s Bhouti area, police had said.
Before Dubey’s encounter, five of his alleged associates were killed in separate encounters, while 45, including two policemen and four women, were arrested and jailed.


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