Ujjain : Amid tight security arrangements funeral of dreaded criminal Vishwas alias Lala Tripathi was carried out from Civil Hospital on Monday. After getting completely assured about the safety measures police officials took the body of deceased Lala in hearse first to his home located at Bhagsipura than final rites were performed at Okhleshwar bank of river Kshipra. Deceased’s brother Babla helped the police to prepare panchnama.
Unconfirmed sources informed that henchmen of deceased had taken oath of gunning down their enemies who were responsible for gruesome murder of the kingpin of their gang. Police was seen ready to avert any untoward incident at every nook and corners of old city including Singpuri, Kartik Chowk, Paandariba, Patni Bazaar and at other sensitive areas. Heavy police force was deployed specially outside the old resident of Lala in Singpuri area.
On the other hand, police shifted Ashish Dubey key member of opposite gang at hospital of Indore due to deterioration of his health. Security reasons were also one of the reasons of shifting Ashish to Indore as he is under constant threat from opposite gang. Whole day old city remain abuzz with rumours and gang war remain talk of the town. People remained busy of speculating about the next step of both the gangs.
One of the denizens was heard talking that now Ashish Dubey will carry forward legacy of dominance which has been started from the times of Akhilesh Vyas and then was transferred to Lala Tripathi. Mahakal Police registered the cross FIR in the gang war which had occurred on Sunday night. Rohit Pandya of Ashish’s gang registered complaint against Nilesh Nigam, Lala Tripathi, Ravi Pachori and others while Nilesh Nigam of Lala’s gang registered complaint against Ashish Dubey, Arpit Dubey, Chotta Nanu, Deepak, Ajay and
Rohit Pandya under Section of 307, 147, 148 and 149 of the IPC. Meanwhile, different rumours got active throughout the day with regard to death of two persons. Role of Mahakal police was also taken cross handed. On being contacted, SP Manohar Verma told Free Press that all four injured persons have been getting treatment and all of them are stable and out of danger.