The Supreme Court and the Uttar Pradesh government converged agreed for a fresh constitution of an inquiry commission to look into the encounter killing of gangster Vikas Dubey.
Today, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta informed the bench headed by Chief Justice S. A. Bobde that former Supreme Court Judge BS Chauhan, based out of Allahabad, had been approached to be a part of the enquiry committee.
Solicitor General Mehta, also informed the court that former Director General of Police KL Gupta will also be a part of the commission. He said that all background checks have been conducted for the former DGP. All background checks have been conducted by the authority.
SG, also added that the probe team will inquire into circumstances which resulted in the release of Vikas Dubey on bail or parole inspite of facing 64 criminal cases and will ascertain the role and inaction of state functionaries.