Kanpur: A Kanpur Dehat court has ordered to file a bail bond in connection with the release of Khushi Dubey who has got conditional bail from the Supreme Court recently. Khushi is widow of Amar Dubey, a slain aide of gangster Vikas Dubey.
“It may take three to four days for Khushi to come out of jail. The family of Khushi will have to submit two sureties of Rs 1.5 lakh each for her release,” informed Khushi’s lawyer Shivakant Dixit. Dixit further said that the court has given clear orders that only the family members of Khushi will be able to file the bail bond, after filing, the bail bond will go for verification.
The Supreme Court had on Wednesday granted conditional bail to Khushi, widow of Amar Dubey, an accused in Kanpur’s Bikru case.
Khushi was made an accused in 17 cases including murder and conspiracy. On Wednesday, while granting the bail to Khushi, the Supreme Court said that she was only 17 years old at the time of the incident. Trial has started in the case, so there is no justification for keeping her in jail.
On the evening of July 2, 2020, a case of robbery and attempt to murder was registered against Vikas Dubey, a resident of Bikru village of Chaubepur. The same night the police raided Bikru village to arrest him.
However, Vikas Dubey and his more than four dozen aides, attacked and killed eight policemen including a deputy superintendent of police. Later, the police killed six accused including Vikas Dubey and Khushi’s husband and nephew of Vikas -Amar Dubey in back-to-back encounters. Vikas was killed on July 10, when he tried to flee from the police custody, while being brought from Madhya Pradesh’s Ujjain.

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