The Uttar Pradesh government has reportedly formed a one-member commission on Sunday to investigate the ambush in Kanpur and the eventual encounter of gangster Vikas Dubey.
The panel will reportedly be headed by the retired judge of Allahabad High Court Shashi Kant Agarwal, and it has to submit its report in two months.
The panel, as reported, is also likely to probe Dubey’s relationship with police and people from other departments, besides finding a way to stave off such incidents in the future.
Vikas Dubey, the history-sheeter, had earlier killed 8 policemen in Kanpur. The criminal was later arrested at Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh.
He was killed in an encounter after a road accident on Friday morning while being taken to Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh from Madhya Pradesh.