- Incident in Munger district of Bihar
- Young was suffering from mental depression
- Jawan dies in police encounter
The indiscriminate firing of a home guard jawan (Home Guard Jawan), who suffered from mental depression, in Bariyarpur police station area of Munger district of Bihar, was considered as a Naxal attack, and the youth died due to firing in retaliation by the police. Superintendent of Police Manvendra Singh Dhillon said on Tuesday that the incident took place at a checkpoint in Bariyarpur police station area, where the sound of indiscriminate gunfire was heard after midnight Monday.
“We were told by the concerned police station that there was a suspected Naxalite attack and firing in the dark,” he said. “They said,” Counter-firing was carried out on our behalf. Meanwhile, we came to know that this home guard was Mohammad Zahid (52), who was firing. People who knew him well told that he was under mental stress for some time and was behaving strangely. ”
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“When Zahid’s firing stopped, his blood-soaked body was found in a roofless toilet from where he was firing in the air,” Dhillon said, adding that the body was taken for post-mortem and Further investigation is in progress.
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