ITBP Jawan Injures three Fellow before Killing self Udhampur Camp J&K

An Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) jawan opened fire, killing himself and injuring three fellow personnel in Jammu and Kashmir’s Udhampur town Saturday.

Sources said the deceased has been identified as Bhupinder from Uttarakhand. The deceased and the injured were part of the ITBP unit that had come to Udhampur town for Amarnath yatra duty.

On Saturday afternoon, the deceased suddenly opened fire injuring three jawans outside the community hall. Thereafter, he ran inside the building and shot himself, sources added. The injured have been hospitalised.

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