JK Dutt, Who Led NSG Commandos During 2008 Mumbai Attack, Dies Of Covid-19 At 72

INDIA Team Latestly|

JK Dutt, a former chief of the National Security Guard (NSG) known for his role in anti-terror operations during the 26/11 Mumbai attack, has died of Covid-19 complications. JK Dutt, 72, was admitted to a private hospital in Gurgaon. He was known for spearheading the elite anti-terror force in "Operation Black Tornado" during the 2008 attack. A 1971 batch Bengal cadre IPS officer, JK Dutt served as the chief of the NSG from 2006 to 2009. He was also Joint Director of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). Thousands have died in Delhi & its surrounding areas in the last few weeks as an unprecedented coronavirus surge hit the country. The more virulent wave of the infection has triggered shortages of hospital beds, medical oxygen & essential medicines. With dipping positive rate, the Covid-19 situation in many parts of the country is slowly improving. Daily death count, however, remains worryingly high.

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