Police Force mourns death of Presidential Guard
Sergeant Mahendra Chanderbali, 42, who served in the Guyana Police Force for more than two decades, has died.
Police Headquarters on Monday said the Sergeant was serving as a Presidential Guard when he died on Sunday as a result of a prolonged illness.
Head of the Presidential Guard, Assistant Commissioner Edgar Thomas, along with the Guyana Police Force’s Welfare Officer, Woman Superintendent Allison Moore, on Monday visited the grieving family members at their Melanie, East Coast Demerara home.
The Senior officers offered words of comfort to the late sergeant’s mother Chandroutie Premsukh, his wife Bebe, their three children and other relatives.
Sergeant Chanderbali joined the Guyana Police Force in 2000 and was stationed at the Presidential Guard after his initial training. In 2015, he was transferred to the Tactical Services Unit (TSU), where he spent five years before he was transferred in 2020 back to the Presidential Guard.
“Commissioner of Police (ag), Clifton Hicken, along with the rank and file of the entire Guyana Police Force, extends sympathies to the grieving family members of the late Sergeant Mahendra Chanderbali,” the Guyana Police Force said.
My condolence goes out to the family of the late Sergeant Chanderbali on his recent passing. May God give them the strength to carry on. May his soul rest in peace