Mumbai: DSC Jawan Passes Away Of Gunshot Wound At Navy Facility
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A 44- year-old Defence Security Corps (DSC) jawan posted as a security personnel at the Navy’s Material Organisation at Ghatkopar here was found dead with gunshot injury at his workplace on Sunday night, cops said.Police are trying to ascertain whether it was a suicide or whether he misfired from his service rifle.
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Mumbai: A 44- year-old Defence Security Corps (DSC) jawan posted as a security personnel at the Navy’s Product Organisation at Ghatkopar here was found dead with gunshot injury at his location of work on Sunday evening, authorities said.Police are attempting to determine whether it was a suicide or whether he misfired from his service rifle.
Sepoy Raipal Friend Singh of the 106 DSC platoon was discovered dead at his responsibility post on Sunday due a gunshot injury, a defence declaration said.His service rifle with two rounds released was found next to him. The civil cops from Ghatkopar reached the area and the body was taken to the nearby Rajawadi Civil healthcare facility by marine ambulance, it said.
The deceased hailed from Punjab.” On the basis of main info, Ghatkopar Cops have signed up a case of unintentional deat in this connection.
No suicide note have been recovered from the spot,” an official added.Senior inspector from Ghatkopar cops station Nitin Alaknure said, “We are yet to ascertain that if he shoot himself dead or whether he did due to misfiring. We are investigating the case.”.
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