NEW DELHI : On Thursday afternoon , Former DGP of Punjab KPS Gill, who is credited with wiping out militancy in the state, passed away after suffering cardiac arrest in Delhi. He was 82.
Gill was admitted to Sir Ganga Ram Hospital here after he was determined to have end arrange kidney disappointment and noteworthy Ischemic Heart Disease.
“He was experiencing end arrange kidney disappointment and huge ischemic coronary illness. Gill had been recuperating from peritonitis however passed on of a sudden heart failure created via cardiovascular arrhythmia,” Dr Rana, leader of the doctor’s facility’s branch of nephrology, said.
The IPS officer had served twice as the DGP in Punjab before resigning from the compel in 1995. He was in this manner delegated the leader of the Indian Hockey Federation (IHF).
Dubbed “supercop” by the media for his crackdown on Khalistani terrorists, Gill was awarded the Padma Shri, India’s fourth-highest civilian honour, in 1989 for his work in the civil service.