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Six Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel were killed by a constable firing

Six Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) staff were killed and three were injured in Chhattisgarh’s Narayanpur district on Wednesday after one of the jawans opened fire following a dispute among themselves. The incident took place at the Kadenar camp of ITBP’s 45th battalion.

The jawan who had opened fire also shot himself dead after the others were killed. The reason for the dispute is, however, unclear from now on. 

The injured soldiers will be brought to Raipur by helicopter. The Chhattisgarh Police and Central Reserve Police Force (CRPFwere called on the spot for further investigation. 

The ITBP camp is in Kadenar in the Dhaodai region. Sources said that for 2 days there was a dispute between the soldiers about something. At 8.45 am on Wednesday morning, a soldier fired on the soldiers with his weapon. In this, 5 soldiers died on the spot, while 3 were injured. During treatment, another jawan died. Narayanpur SP Mohit Garg has confirmed the incident.

It has also been learned from the sources that the constable Masudul Rahman,started firing in anger, in which all the soldiers were killed. Finally, Rahman shot himself as well.

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