Four Indian Army jawans were killed in a firing shootout which was reported inside Bathinda Military Station situated in Punjab on Wednesday. The area was locked down and joint investigations with the Punjab Police Force have started to take place. And according to some unknown sources, there were many facts that were uncovered during the investigation of the case.
When the case was further probed, it was discovered that this incident took the lives of four Amry Jawans of an artillery unit who were caught between the fire shots and were severely injured followed by their untimely demise. It has been reported that there was no loss of property or any other personnel property faced.
All the aspects of this case were investigated and there was a possible involvement of INSAS rifles that fired twenty-eight rounds and were also reported missing two days back, the statement read.
Beforehand, the HQ South Western Command also stated that the Staton Quick Reaction Teams had been activated and search operations were being conducted.
Bathinda Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Gulneet Singh Khurana confirmed that something unknown has happened but the army forces were not allowed to share any details regarding the matter although, the Internal Combing Operations were on command and looking into the matter.
SSP Khurana said that although it was not a terrorist attack and seemed to have been some developments from the internal team at the military station. Some unknown sources also discovered that some weapons and have gone missing from an artillery unit in the station, just a few days back. Adhering to this, intensive search operations are going on to find those weapons.