MUMBAI: The Maharashtra anti-terrorism squad (ATS) early on Saturday arrested two henchmen of the UP-based gangster
gang from Thane. The duo was accused in the killing of eight policemen on the intervening night of July 2 and July 3 in Kanpur when a police team had gone to arrest Dubey. The duo was caught while searching a safe hide-out in Thane district, near Mumbai.
Those arrested by the Maharashtra ATS are Arvind alias Guddan Ramvilas Trivedi, 46, and his driver Sushilkumar alias Sonu Suresh Tiwari, 30. They will be handed over to the UP police.
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Last week, an Uttar Pradesh police team went to Bokru village, Kanpur, to arrest Dubey, a known gangster in the northern state, who was facing more than 60 serious criminal cases. Upon learning of the police presence there, Dubey and his gang members allegedly opened fire on the police team and killed eight police personnel, besides injuring several others.
The UP police had released post of wanted men It included his photo as well
Later, a murder, attempt to murder, criminal conspiracy case was registered against the accused at the Choubeypur Police Station, Kanpur. All the suspects were on the run and on July 9, Dubey surrendered before the police at a temple in Ujjain. He was arrested and taken to UP. Whi