Jawan border force kills colleague before shooting himself in Bengal


BSF fratricide case: The bodies have been sent for autopsy. (Figurative)

Murshidabad (West Bengal):

Two Border Security Force (BSF) members were killed in a fratricidal incident at a camp in West Bengal’s Murshidabad district on Monday.

“A shootout has occurred between two BSF police chiefs. An investigation is underway. An FIR has been registered,” said DIG Surjeet Singh Guleria.

According to the BSF, at Kakmarichar in Murshidabad, at 6:45 am, Johnson Toppo of 117 (Bn) Battalion fired at HG Shekharan. After that, Toppo shot himself with his service rifle.

“At around 6:45 am on March 7, HC Johnson Toppo, 117 Billion BSF shot HC HG Shekharan, 117 Billion BSF and subsequently killed himself with his service rifle at BOP Kakmarichar,” the statement stated. BSF.

The two jawans, who are from Chhattisgarh and Tamil Nadu, were at a 117th Battalion (Bn) camp in Kakmari, West Bengal, on Monday.

The dead BSF jawans were taken to the nearest Sagarpara hospital where they were pronounced “dead”.

According to the BSF, the two men got into a fight after receiving a summons from the local police. “Both staff members would visit PS Raninagar to testify in relation to PS Raninagar Case No. 496/21 dated November 29, 2021,” the BSF said.

The bodies have been sent for autopsy and an investigation by officers has begun.

“A court of inquiry has been ordered to ascertain the facts. Sh Atul Fuljele, IPS, Inspector General of South Bengal Border HQ and Sh Karni Singh Shekhawat, DIG of Behrampur Sector have also arrived at the scene. An case with the local police,” the BSF stated.

The incident comes a day after a BSF staff member shot four of his colleagues at the 114th Battalion (Bn) BSF Khasa headquarters in Punjab on Sunday.

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