Ghaziabad- IPS Officer Sanjeev Tyagi's father found dead at home

11 May 2017 | By Mansi Motwani
News from the Capital

On Thursday morning, the father of UP cadre IPS Sanjeev Tyagi was allegedly discovered with a gunshot injury to his head at his Ghaziabad home.

When he was rushed to the hospital by his family members, he was declared dead on arrival.

Ghaziabad police are currently probing whether it is a murder or a suicide case.

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