Slain Police officer Devendra Mishra had recommended the transfer of S.O Tiwari 8 times

Kanpur case : Tiwari had helped Vikas Dubey to attack the Police

  • When a senior Police officer recommends transfer of a corrupt junior officer and it is neglected, how can the Police force be expected to lend an ear to the common man ?
  • Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath should order thorough inquiry into the incident and ensure that the concerned Police officer is arrested and hung for his crimes.

Lucknow (UP) – It has emerged that slain DSP Devendra Kumar Mishra, who was working as the Billhaur circle officer (CO), had in a letter alerted the then Kanpur SSP about the dealings between Chaubepur S.O Vinay Tiwari and gangster Vikas Dubey.

Mishra was martyred along with seven other cops during the midnight action against gangster Vikas Dubey in Bikru village under Chaubepur Police station area in Kanpur last week.

The letter, now doing rounds on social media, was written by Mishra on 14th March this year. The slain CO had also alleged in the letter that Inspector Tiwari was trying to save gangster Vikas Dubey. He had expressed apprehensions that Inspector Tiwari’s acts could result in some major crises in the future. Mishra had predicted in the letter that Tiwari’s integrity was doubtful.

As per the Police sources, Mishra had urged eight times, the SSP to act against Tiwari and set up a preliminary inquiry (PE) against Tiwari.  His letter written in March was the ninth attempt to wake up Kanpur Police administration. No heed was paid to his submissions.