KOLKATA: A Border Safety Drive (BSF) jawan posted alongside the Indo-Bangladesh border at Tehatta in Nadia district in West Bengal has allegedly dedicated suicide by taking pictures himself together with his service revolver.
Sources stated that the incident occurred late Thursday night. He was first rushed to the native Karimpur Hospital in a profusely bleeding situation and as his situation began deteriorating he was rushed to Baharampur State Basic Hospital, the place succumbed.
The deceased has been recognized as Navin Kumar (30). He was hooked up to battalion quantity 86 of BSF as a constable. An inner investigation has began to seek out out the explanation behind his suicide.
Sources stated not too long ago he re-joined his responsibility after getting back from his trip at his ancestral residence at Alwar in Rajasthan. After his return to responsibility there was no report of any tiff between the deceased jawan and anybody else posted in the identical outpost.
That is the second incident of suicide reported from West Bengal inside lower than a month. Within the second week of final month, a BSF jawan posted on the Indo- Bangladesh at Dinhata in Cooch Behar district allegedly dedicated suicide by taking pictures himself together with his service rifle.
The deceased was recognized as Satyban Singh (48). He was hooked up with battalion quantity 138 of BSF.