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Ex-ATS chief Himanshu Roy commits suicide

Ex-ATS chief Himanshu Roy commits suicide

MUMBAI: Himanshu Roy, former Maharashtra Anti Terrorists Squad (ATS) chief allegedly committed suicide at his official residence in Mumbai.

According to reports, he shot himself with service revolver at his home at around 1:40 pm on Friday, 11 May. . He was rushed to a hospital but declared dead on arrival.

Roy, an IPS officer of the 1988 batch headed the Anti-Terror Squad of Maharashtra and also worked as the Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) in Mumbai from 2010 to 2014. He was currently Additional Director (ADG) police in Maharashtra.

He was reportedly suffering from bone marrow cancer and was on medical leave. Exact reason for suicide is not known right at present.

Senior colleague MN Singh expressing shock at his suicide told NDTV, “He was a very bright officer. Such a tragedy.”

Former Mumbai police commissioner Arup Patnaik said, “There are many other cases which were handled by him. He was extremely sharp,” Firstpost reported. Roy was “soft-spoken, disciplined,” Patnaik added.

He had a sterling career in which he has cracked several high-profile cases, handled important responsibilities. Though he was not handling mainframe crime posting as Additional Director General of Police (housing), for nearly 10 years before that Roy handled two of the forces most important offices.

He was joint commissioner, crime, from 2010 to 2014 and during this period Roy led the investigation into the IPL betting scandal and the murders of Laila Khan and five of her relatives at the familys Igatpuri house.

After the stint at the Crime Branch, Roy was transferred to the states Anti Terrorism Squad and arrested software engineer Anees Ansari for allegedly planning to blow up the American School at Bandra Kurla Complex.

Roy, who has seven years of service left, is also credited with setting up Mumbais first Cyber Crime Cell, devising effective anti-dacoity measures in rural Maharashtra and establishing a special cell to deal with crimes related to women.

His last major case was the 2013 Indian Premier League spot-fixing case and he was responsible for arrest of Vindu Dara Singh was for alleged links to bookies in this spot fixing.

IANS inputs

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