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Delhi- IAS trainee drowns while saving friend

The incident happened late yesterday night in the swimming pool of the Foreign Club Institute located at Ber Sarai area. He was rushed to Fortis Hospital where he was declared brought dead, police said.

During the party, the officers chose to go for a swim in the pool located at the club. Suspecting foul play, the family has demanded a CBI probe into the incident if Delhi Police fails to get any breakthrough soon.

Ashish Dahiya, a young IAS officer of J&K cadre lost his life while trying to save a woman officer from drowning in Delhi. Later, he was found unconscious floating in the pool. A medical officer was called to the site to administer cardiopulmonary resuscitation procedure.

In a separate message, Mufti also condoled the death of Dahiya and conveyed her sympathies to the bereaved family particularly his wife and prayed for his eternal solace. According to initial information, the 2016 batch office has been identified as Amit Dahiya. They were in a shock and were left wondering as to how an ace swimmer like him-he had once swum across the reservoir of the Bhakra Nangal dam in Himachal Pradesh-could drown in a small pool.

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A team of senior officers are on the spot to collect evidence and to record statements of relevant persons in furtherance of investigation into this tragic episode.

He served in the Customs and Central Excise till previous year and then qualified for the IAS. He again appeared for the UPSC with better rank and joined as an IAS officer.

The family of the deceased have been informed of the unfortunate death and they have reached Delhi.

Mr. Surender added that it was only two weeks ago that Mr. Dahiya had received a gold medal for his performance in training at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie.

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