- Uproar in UP’s Chitrakoot Jail around one o’clock
- Bullets fired between two gangsters
- A criminal named Mukim aka Kala died after being shot
- Anshul Dixit continued firing in front of DM and SP as well
The gang war broke out inside the jail in Chitrakoot district of Uttar Pradesh on Friday. During this time, there was a fierce fire between the two gangsters. During this time, Mukim alias Kala and Meraj Ali died due to bullet injuries. The gangster Anshul Dixit, who was shot, was also killed in the police action.
Both of them fired dozens of fire at each other
West UP’s Gamster Mukim Kala was lodged in Chitrakoot Jail. At the same time, another gangster Anshul Dixit was also lodged in this jail. On Friday, there was a tussle between the two about something. Both started firing at each other. Stabbing bullets stirred the inside of the prison.
Bullets continued to rain in front of SP, DM
Mukim Kala was dead by the time officers arrived on the spot. Another criminal Meraj was also shot dead. Chitrakoot DM and SP also reached the spot on information. Anshul continued to rain bullets. Authorities warned him to stop.
Anshul was killed in retaliation
Anshul started hiding and firing bullets. The jail administration says that Anshul threatened to kill other prisoners as well. Even after all the efforts, he did not come under control, the police were forced to fire at him as well and during this time he was killed in action.
Ongoing search operation
Jail sources say that several dozen firefighters were fired inside the jail. Not only this, a large number of seizures, bullets and other illegal items have been recovered here. The police is conducting a search operation. It is being told that Mukim was a big crook of West UP. Especially in the case of migration in Kairana, black also came in the headlines.
All three came by transfer a few days ago
It is being told that Anshul Dixit’s son Jagdish was transferred from Sultanpur jail, Mukim from Benaras district jail and Meraj Ali was transferred to Chitrakoot jail a few days ago.
Police force inside jail