Tragic day - Himanshu Roy, one of Maharashtra police's best officers, shoots himself

Senior Mumbai Police Officer Himanshu Roy Allegedly Commits Suicide

Tragic day - Himanshu Roy, one of Maharashtra police's best officers, shoots himself

Senior Mumbai police officer, Himanshu Roy, allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself with service revolver at his residence in South Mumbai on Friday. Finding him in a pool of blood, his driver rushed Roy to Bombay Hospital, where he was declared brought dead.

Police also found his suicide note, which clearly states, "No one is responsible for my death". Due to this illness, he was depressed and hence took this extreme step. He was on medical leave for the same and was undergoing necessary treatment for it. Late Himanshu Roy was suffering from cancer from past 2 years. He later cleared UPSC exams to become an Indian Police Service (IPS) officer in 1988.

His first posting came in 1991, when he was deployed in Malegaon.

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These included the murder of journalist J. Dey.

A large number of police personnel, former and serving IPS and IAS officers, besides political leaders, including Union Minister Ramdas Athawale, were present for Roy's final journey. He was a fitness freak. It is then that cancer was detected, forcing Roy to receive medical attention in Mumbai, Pune as well as overseas. The reason for suicide is not yet known. 2013 IPL fixing case has been investigated by this honest cop.

Crime Branch officers to this day credit Roy for "trusting them and giving them a free hand".

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A "Bombay" boy, Roy was an ex-student of Campion and St Xavier's College, Mumbai. He also played a major part in the handling of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack.

Mourning Roy's death, Mumbai's former police Commissioner MN Roy said, "Roy's passing away is a big loss for police, the Government and society". It's very sad that young officer like him had to shoot himself.

He had a sterling career in which he has cracked several high-profile cases, handled important responsibilities.

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