Paramilitary Jawan On Gujarat Poll Duty Shoots 2 Colleagues With AK-47 Rifle

Officials at the local hospital where the bodies were kept.


Two paramilitary jawans forces were shot dead and two others injured in the firing by one of their colleagues near Porbandar in Gujarat, where they were stationed for election duty ahead of next month’s assembly polls.

The men were not on active duty when they got into a fight in the evening that escalated and shots were fired from an AK-47 rifle, it is learnt. They were part of an India Reserve Battalion (IRB) from Manipur and deputed in Gujarat besides the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF), said Porbandar Collector and District Election Officer AM Sharma. 

It’s being investigated as to what led to the clash.

The two injured jawans — one shot in the stomach, the other in the leg — were taken to the Probandar general hospital from where they were being shifted to a hospital in Jamnagar, about 150 km away, for advanced treatment.

The police report identified the accused as Constable S Inauchashingh, and the two men killed as 
jawans Thoiba Singh and Jitendra Singh. The injured are constables Chorajit and Rohikana. All of them belong to Manipur.

They were staying inside a cyclone centre in Tukda Gosa village, about 25 km from Porbandar.

Voting in the Porbandar district will be held on December 1 in the first phase, while the second phase is on December 5, and results on the 8th.

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