A soldier of the Indian Border Police Force died in the camp, two bullets penetrated his head
November 7th. On the 6th local time, a soldier of India’s so-called “India-Tibet Border Police Force” was shot dead in a military camp in Chhattisgarh State. He died of serious injuries.
According to a report by the Press Trust of India on the 6th, Pavan Rubang, who belongs to the 27th Battalion of the “India-Tibet Border Police Force”, was found seriously injured in the camp at about 10 am that day, and was quickly sent to hospital.
It is reported that two bullets penetrated Lupin’s head and he died before being airlifted by helicopter to the hospital for further treatment.
The local police stated that it was initially determined that this was a suicide.
However, the investigation is still in progress to determine whether the accident is still related to a gun malfunction.