In a fear driving incident, four Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) officers were shot dead and three were injured when their colleague opened fire at them in the camp where they were residing. The paramilitary camp located in Maraiguda Linglapalli in Chhattisgarh’s Sukma district witnessed the incident of fratricide on Monday.
Three victims were declared dead on arrival at the hospital, and the fourth succumbed to injuries later on. The deceased were identified as constables Rajmani Kumar Yadav, Rajib Mondal, Dhanji and Dharmendra Kumar. M. R. Maharana (25), is currently recovering at Hospital. He had sustained a bullet injury on the right hand.
“The CRPF has ordered an inquiry into the incident to ascertain the cause of the incident and suggest remedial measures. Prima facie, it seems that due to some emotional stress leading to sudden psychological disbalance, Constable Reetesh Ranjan lost control and in a fit of rage opened fire on his colleagues,” stated the CRPF. “The incident of death of 4 jawans in the firing incident by a jawan at Maraiguda Linglapalli CRPF camp in Sukma district is very sad and unfortunate. The police officers have been asked to take all necessary measures to ensure that such incidents do not occur in future,” tweeted Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel tweeted
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