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Ashok Kamte – A daring officer and excellent negotiator

Posted by ajadhind on November 29, 2008

Mumbai (PTI): Daring, but with an exceptionally cool head made Ashok Kamte an excellent negotiator in crisis situations – a quality for which he was summoned late Thursday night to deal with terrorists holed up in Mumbai buildings.

Kamte, a 1989 batch IPS officer of Maharashtra cadre, who died fighting terrorists near Mumbai’s Metro cinema, was one of the brightest of his batch, and one of the few officers who dared to take on challenges directly.

Having undergone special training for negotiating hostage situations, Kamte was chosen to tackle one of the worst crisis faced by the financial capital of the country.

Maharashtra Police specially summoned him to undertake the operation at Metro Cinema near Cama Place in the city where he laid down his life fighting with terrorists along with encounter specialist Vijay Salaskar.

Deputy Commissioner of Police in Mumbai, Kamte was a key officer in the state police. He had also served as the Commissioner of Solapur where he became a hero among locals.

With over 400 fans on his Orkut profile, Kamte enjoyed a lot of respect during his tenure at Solapur.

“A cop that turned Solapur from a wrong city to the right one. The person who every responsible Solapurkar liked and loved. This community has been created to pay the respect and gratitude that he deserves,” wrote one of his fans on the social networking web site.

Survived by his wife and two children, Kamte had a panache for body building during his college days. His friends at the IPS academy also remember him as a great athlete and one of the brightest cadets of his batch.

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2 Responses to “Ashok Kamte – A daring officer and excellent negotiator”

  1. zindadilbaaz said

    Try doing good, this is the price to pay. I salute these police officers as they died for India. What now? freedom for the rogues, such bravery is unseen and these police officers were no puppets, these people were individuals who wanted a safe place for us all. People they died for us.
    Get it.

  2. nandita said

    I salute the real hero…We should take up the responsibilities of doing our duty towards nation by following the rules nad laws…rather than grumbling on the same…thats the only way to pay tribute to our martyers…

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