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Subhash Bhaskar Nair (b.1964 - d.2004) was an infamous gangster and hitman, who was shot dead by the Gujarat Police during an encounter in Valsad on June 2004. He was convicted of multiple murders, including that of the former Daman MP Kalidas Patel on January 6, 2003. For many years, Subhash Nair topped the list of Gujarat's most wanted criminals.

Subhash Nair was born in a Keralite Nair family and joined the Indian Army when he was just 18 years of age. He served in the Indian Army for 10 years, but was discharged in 1993 for bad conduct.[1] After this he turned to criminal activities by robbing a petrol pump in Surat. He became a headache to the Gujarat law enforcement agencies after he murdered two labourers in 1995. In April 2004, he murdered Deepak Patel, a famous bootlegger of Surat.[2] At the time of his death, Subhash Bhaskar Nair was accused in more than 20 cases of murder and attempt to murder.[3] Most well known of his associates were Kartar Singh and Sojan Mathew. Subhash was attacked by gangster Mahalingam Shiva in 2003, but survived the attempt despite severe injuries.

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