Delhi: Sikkim Police personnel gunned down 3 of his comrades, two died on the spot, one injured

Pankaj Prasad
Sikkim Police personnel killed 3 of his comrades
Sikkim Police personnel killed 3 of his comrades

In Haiderpur area of ​​Delhi, a soldier of Sikkim police opened fire on his three comrades.

Delhi: A sensational case of a Sikh police personnel posted at a water plant in the Haiderpur area of ​​Delhi firing at three of his associates has come to light. The victims of this shocking incident, two soldiers died on the spot. Whereas, another jawan was injured. Delhi Police has given this information.

After a fight amongst themselves, bullets were rained on their comrades!

It was told by Delhi Police that Sikkim Police personnel posted at a water plant in Haiderpur area of ​​the national capital shot dead three personnel. Out of this, two soldiers died and one was injured. Delhi Police said that at present it is investigating the whole matter and trying to find out what is the reason behind the jawan's firing. At the same time, according to media reports, the accused jawan opened fire on his comrades after a quarrel among themselves.

A similar case was reported from Jammu and Kashmir

Earlier, the incident of a jawan firing at his colleagues was also seen in Udhampur of Jammu and Kashmir, where an Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) jawan shot and injured three of his colleagues in a camp. He later committed suicide by shooting himself. A senior ITBP official said that constable Bhupendra Singh opened fire on his associates, injuring a head constable and two constables.