An Indian army soldier committed suicide while on a stand-up mission

February 16, 2019 - Srinagar, India, February 17th, 2019. Indian paramilitary soldiers stand guard as authorities impose restrictions in parts of Srinagar after Kashmiri traders called for a strike on Sunday in protest against the targeting of Kashmiri Muslims by Hindu groups in some parts of India as tensions grow following a recent bomb attack by militants on an Indian police convoy in Indian-administered Kashmir. The suicide car bombing of a paramilitary convoy on the Srinagar-Jammu highway, about 20km from Srinagar, killed at least 40 soldiers and injured dozens. The attack, which is believed to be the deadliest on Indian forces in disputed Kashmir, has been claimed by the Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammad Islamic group

April 19 2021 An Indian army soldier shot himself with a military rifle in a camp and was on a stand-up mission when he committed suicide, Indian police said Wednesday.

Reported that the suicide soldier hanuman Choudhar, was found dead in the camp on the night of the 18th, when he was standing guard in Kashmir’s Ramban region.

Jodal’s body has been taken to a local hospital for an autopsy. Police said an investigation had been launched and it was unclear what motivated the soldier to commit suicide.