ONE BSF JAWAN MARTYRS, ANOTHER INJURED IN FIRING BY BANGLADESH BORDER GUARDS IN WEST BENGAL

The BGB troops opened fire on the BSF party who was attempting to follow the angler. While Vijay Bhan Singh got projectile wounds on his head, the other constable got shot wounds on his correct hand

A Border Security Force (BSF) jawan was Martyr on Thursday in terminating by the Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) in Murshidabad region of West Bengal. Another jawan, constable Rajbir Singh, was truly harmed and is as of now experiencing treatment at Murshidabad Medical College and Hospital. The expired has been recognized as head constable Vijay Bhan Singh.

In the first part of the day, three Indian anglers went for angling in River Padma in the fringe zone of India and Bangladesh. Two anglers returned and moved toward the BSF post at Kakmarichar that BGB officers had captured the three and later discharged two of them to call BSF post Commander for a banner gathering.

Around 10.30 am the post Commander alongside five troopers in the BSF vessel, drew closer BGB watch in the water channel of River Padma almost a limit column. During the banner gathering, the BGB watch didn’t discharge the Indian angler and furthermore attempted to cordon the BSF troops.

Detecting the circumstance intensify, BSF party promptly returned. Be that as it may, the BGB troops opened fire on the returning BSF party.

While Vijay Bhan Singh got projectile wounds on his head, the other constable got shot wounds on his correct hand.

Them two were cleared to the closest therapeutic office where Vijay was pronounced brought dead. Conceived in 1968, Vijay Bhan Singh was an inhabitant of Chamaroli town in Firozabad region of Uttar Pradesh. He joined the BSF in 1990. Singh is made due by two children.

The BGB specialists have been reached and senior authorities are at the spot. One Indian angler is still in the guardianship of the BGB.

JAY HIND

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