Crpf Said Jawan, who killed 4 colleagues in Chhattisgarh, suffered from emotional stress


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Raipur

Published by: Ajay singh
Updated on Monday, Nov 8, 2021 1:16 PM IST

Summary

Four Dhanji Jawans, Rajib Mandal, Rajmani Kumar Yadav and Dharmendra Kumar were killed in this incident and three other Dhananjay Kumar Singh Jawans, Dharmatma Kumar and Malay Ranjan Maharana were injured.

Security personnel take injured soldiers to hospital
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The Central Reserve Police (CRPF) said the jawan, who shot dead four of his colleagues and wounded three others, was in depression, causing him to suddenly lose his psychological balance.

Jawan Ritesh Ranjan opened fire on his comrades with AK-47 rifles at a camp of the 50th CRPF Battalion in the Bastar area of ​​the Sukma district of Chhattisgarh, killing four jaws and wounding three others. The officers and jawans somehow controlled the accused jawan.

A CRPF spokesperson said: “Local police have launched an investigation into the matter and legal action will be taken.” The CRPF has ordered an investigation to find out the cause of the incident and suggest corrective measures. He said that prima facie it appears that due to some emotional stress, Officer Ritesh Ranjan suddenly lost his psychological balance and opened fire on his staff in anger.

The Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of any RPF, the Commander of the 50th Battalion (where the shooting took place) and other senior officers are present at the scene, he said. Necessary treatment has been provided to all the injured, the spokesman said. Arrangements are being made to transfer the injured who require further treatment to another hospital.

Four soldiers killed, three others wounded
Bastar Area Police Inspector General Sundarraj P said Jawan Ritesh Ranjan shot his colleagues. It said that four Dhanji Jawans, Rajib Mandal, Rajmani Kumar Yadav and Dharmendra Kumar were killed in this incident and three other Dhananjay Kumar Singh Jawans, Dharmatma Kumar and Malay Ranjan Maharana were injured.

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The Central Reserve Police (CRPF) said the jawan, who shot dead four of his colleagues and wounded three others, was in depression, causing him to suddenly lose his psychological balance.

Jawan Ritesh Ranjan opened fire on his comrades with AK-47 rifles at a camp of the 50th CRPF Battalion in the Bastar area of ​​the Sukma district of Chhattisgarh, killing four jaws and wounding three others. The officers and jawans somehow controlled the accused jawan.

A CRPF spokesperson said: “Local police have launched an investigation into the matter and legal action will be taken.” The CRPF has ordered an investigation to find out the cause of the incident and suggest corrective measures. He said that, prima facie, it appears that due to some emotional stress, Sheriff Ritesh Ranjan suddenly lost his psychological balance and opened fire on his staff in anger.

The Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of any RPF, the Commander of the 50th Battalion (where the shooting took place) and other senior officers are present at the scene, he said. Necessary treatment has been provided to all the injured, the spokesman said. Arrangements are being made to transfer the injured who require further treatment to another hospital.

Four soldiers killed, three others wounded

Bastar Area Police Inspector General Sundarraj P said Jawan Ritesh Ranjan shot his colleagues. It said that four Dhanji Jawans, Rajib Mandal, Rajmani Kumar Yadav and Dharmendra Kumar were killed in this incident and three other Dhananjay Kumar Singh Jawans, Dharmatma Kumar and Malay Ranjan Maharana were injured.


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