West Bengal: BSF jawans opened fire on each other, killing both of them instantly

In Murshidabad, West Bengal, two BSF personnel opened fire on each other on Monday. This incident resulted in the deaths of both of them. It’s been reported that they got into a fight over something. An investigation has been launched into the situation.

On Monday, a major incident occurred in West Bengal. Let us tell you that two BSF jawans fired shots at each other in this incident. Both soldiers died on the spot in this incident. Let us inform you that this incident occurred this morning in Kakmari Camp of Murshidabad district’s Battalion No. 177. According to the information currently available, both soldiers’ names are SS Shekhar and Johnson Topo.

On Monday morning, the two soldiers had a disagreement about something. For a long time after that, the two had a heated argument. Both of them opened fire on each other shortly after. According to BSF DIG SS Guleria, orders have been issued to investigate the matter.

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two BSF personnel opened fire
two BSF personnel opened fire

send the body for an autopsy

What happened between the two soldiers, however, is still unknown. Both jawans’ bodies have been sent for post-mortem examination.

Such occurrences have occurred previously.

It’s worth noting that a jawan opened fire in the Border Security Force (BSF) mess in Amritsar, Punjab, earlier on Sunday (Punjab). Five soldiers were killed in this incident, including the one who fired the bullet. The soldier who shot himself shot himself after this incident. He was then rushed to the hospital in critical condition, where he succumbed to his injuries. Sattappa, the accused jawan who opened fire, was identified.

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