Kanpur: After gunning down gangster Vikas Dubey in an encounter on July 10, the Uttar Pradesh Police have launched a hunt for his brother Deep Prakash Dubey.

The name of Prakash figures in the July 2 midnight ambush by don Dubey and his associates at police that killed eight cops in Kanpur. After the killing, all the accused fled the scene.

Now, police have set their eyes on Dubey’ brother Prakash. The Lucknow Police have announced a cash reward of Rs 20,000 for providing information related to the whereabouts of history-sheeter Prakash. According to reports, Prakash has been absconding since the killing of eight cops in Kanpur.

Dubey was arrested by the Madhya Pradesh Police in Ujjain on July 9 from the premises of Mahakal Temple after he was on the run for some days. The next day he was killed in an encounter after he tried to escape from a police vehicle.

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