Former Mumbai Top Police Ramdeo Tyagi Passes Away At80
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Previous Mumbai authorities commissioner Ramdeo Tyagi passed away here due to prolonged health problem on Thursday, a senior main said.Tyagi, a 1964 batch senior IPS officer, was going through cancer treatment at Hinduja Hospital since the last couple of days and caught the health problem at around 9 am, the officer said.
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Mumbai: Former Mumbai police commissioner Ramdeo Tyagi passed away here due to prolonged health problem on Thursday, a senior main said.Tyagi, a 1964 batch senior IPS officer, was undergoing cancer treatment at Hinduja Hospital given that the last few days and yielded to the illness at around 9 am, the officer said.
His last rites will be carried out at the Shivaji Park crematorium in the afternoon, he said.Tyagi retired as the director general of National Guard (NSG), the nation’s elite commando force.
During the Mumbai riots in 1993, it was declared that an unique operations team headed by Tyagi, who was then joint commissioner of cops (criminal offense), had fired indiscriminately inside Suleman Pastry shop in south-central Mumbai, killing nine persons who the police declared were terrorists.In 2001, the Maharashtra government’s Special Job Force had actually filed a case against 18 cops in the Suleman Usman Bakery case, but nine of them, consisting of Tyagi, were released in 2003 by the high court, he stated.
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