Firing Incident Inside Bathinda Military Station Leaves Four Army Jawans Dead

The police have filed a case against two unidentified persons in connection with the case.

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Four army personnel were killed in a firing incident inside Bathinda military station in Punjab on Wednesday, 12 April.

"Firing incident reported in the early hours of the morning around 04:35 am inside Bathinda Military Station. Station Quick Reaction Teams were activated. Area was cordoned off and sealed. Search operations, are in progress. Four Fatal casualties reported. Further details being ascertained," the Army said.

It further said all aspects, including the possible case of involvement of an INSAS rifle along with 28 rounds reported missing two days back, are being ascertained.

However, SPS Parmar, ADGP, Bathinda range said that there is "No terror angle involved. It is a case of fratricidal killing."

The police have also filed a case against two unidentified persons in connection with the case, news agency ANI reported.

Further, joint investigations with the Punjab Police are being coordinated to establish facts of the case, the army added.

(With inputs from PTI and ANI.)

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