CM Bhupesh Baghel issued these directives after a CRPF jawan opened fire on his colleagues.

Constable Ritesh Ranjan of a CRPF battalion began insulting the troops of his own company at 3.25 a.m. on Monday, resulting in the deaths of four jawans and the injuries of three more.

CRPF Camp Incident

Following the incident of a jawan attacking fellow jawans at a CRPF camp in Sukma, Chhattisgarh, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has directed the armed forces to take all necessary measures to ensure that such an incident does not occur again. Baghel wrote on Twitter, “The killing of four jawans at the Maraiguda Linglapalli CRPF camp in Sukma district as a result of a jawan’s fire is tragic and awful. I’ve requested that all essential precautions be made by police personnel to guarantee that such situations do not occur again. Efforts should be made.”

Meanwhile, the CRPF has launched an investigation into the incident. Constable Ritesh Ranjan of a CRPF battalion started abusing the soldiers of his own company on Monday morning at 3.25 a.m., killing four jawans Dhanji, Rajiv Mandal, Ramani Kumar Yadav, and Dharmendra Kumar, and injuring three jawans Dhananjay Kumar Singh, Constable Dharmatma Kumar, and Malay Ranjan Maharana.

Reaction of congress


In response to the BJP’s criticism of the Sukma incident, Congress has reacted. The BJP has been accused by Congress of playing petty politics. The Congress claims that the government is serious about the situation, that plans are being made for the treatment of the injured jawans, that now is the moment to pray for the injured jawans and stand with the families of the fallen jawans, but the BJP is playing petty politics. I’m still at it.

CM Bhupesh Baghel issued these directives after a CRPF jawan opened fire on his colleagues.

Accused in police custody

The soldier who fired the round, according to the information collected, was Ritesh Ranjan, who was on night duty. It’s still unclear why he did it. He has been apprehended by the police. Officials from the CRPF are looking into the situation.

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