A CRPF jawan killed four people by firing at his own comrades in Sukma district of Chhattisgarh on Sunday. According to the news, 3 jawans have also been injured in this firing on the Central Reserve Police Force located in the Maraiguda police station area.
accused jawan arrested
This incident is of 50 Battalion Camp. The injured jawans have been admitted to Bhadrachalam Hospital for treatment. According to the information received, the jawan who opened fire was on duty at night. It is not yet clear why he did this, but preliminary information suggests a dispute between the soldiers. The accused jawan Ritesh Ranjan has been arrested.
case is being investigated
CRPF officials are probing the matter. This is not the first incident of a soldier firing at his colleagues, many such cases have come to the fore even before this. Sukma Superintendent of Police Sunil Sharma while confirming the incident said that the injured jawans have now been sent to Bhadrachalam in Telangana for treatment.
Two from Bihar, one from West Bengal
According to the information, two of the soldiers killed in this incident were from Bihar and one from West Bengal. The names of the soldiers of Bihar were Dhanji and Rajamani. Dhanji was a resident of Kaimur in Bihar, Rajmani Yadav of Bhojpur in Bihar and Dharmendra Kumar belonged to Rohtas district here. At the same time, the name of the jawan of West Bengal was Rajiv Mandal. He was a resident of Debgram village in Nadia district of West Bengal. The names of the injured jawans have been given as Dharmendra Kumar Singh, Dharmatma Kumar and Malaya Ranjan Maharana.