An inquiry commission mentioned that no evidence had been found against the Uttar Pradesh Police in killing gangster Vikas Dubey after his arrest last year. Nobody from the media, citizenry, or even the relatives of Vikas Dubey and his gang members, came forward to testify before the panel. The commission served a summons on Vikas Dubey's wife, relatives, and other village people, but no one came forward to testify. The commission had also requested people from closeby villages to the encounter site by distributing pamphlets. Reportedly independent witnesses testified in support of the police's version. Vikas Dubey and his five associates were killed by the UP police at Bikru village on July 3 last year. This incident happened days after the gangster had set up an ambush in which eight policemen were killed, giving rise to speculations of being staged to exact revenge for the murder of the eight policemen. The police stated the gangster was being brought back to UP in a police convoy when the car flipped, and the outlaw snatched a policeman's gun, tried to escape, and opened fire when they shot him. No material evidence to rebut the police's version of the encounter has been found. However, there is sufficient material to support it, the three-member inquiry panel has mentioned in a report submitted to the Uttar Pradesh government and the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court set up a judicial panel after petitions called for an investigation into the encounter, alleging it to be set up by the police. Justice BS Chauhan, who was heading the inquiry commission, has reportedly devoted an entire chapter to record the commission's disappointment with the media, which had ramped up coverage of the alleged fake encounter by the UP Police, for not coming forward to provide any evidence or footage of the incidents. The panel reportedly said that the non-participation by citizenry and media defeated the purpose behind establishing the Inquiry Commission. Even Vikas Dubey's wife and family members did not step forward with any evidence against the police despite several efforts taken by the panel, sources said. The inquiry commission stated that it had even issued notices in local papers for evidence, but nobody showed up. Authorities questioned the media for not coming forward to provide any evidence against the UP police after accusing them, despite the panel's request. It is a case of no evidence against the UP Police.
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