1 jawan killed in major indo-Pak border accident

Jaisalmer: Big news is coming out from the India-Pakistan border in Jaisalmer, Rajasthan. There has been a big accident with BSF here. BSF car overturned. One soldier has died in this accident. While 2 soldiers have been seriously injured. The car overturned in the Kishangarh field firing range. This firing range is present on the Indo-Pakistan border. There were three soldiers in the vehicle. After the accident, all three were brought to Ramgarh Hospital, where doctors declared one soldier brought dead, while two other soldiers were said to be seriously injured. Both are undergoing treatment.

The three soldiers, who were victims of the same accident, belong to the 50th Corps Border Security Force. The name of the deceased soldier is being told as Virendra Kumar Singh. While the injured jawan's name Dinesh Mistry and T Tamang are being treated in the hospital. The accident is said to have happened on Friday morning. Efforts are on to ascertain the cause of the accident. The circumstances will become clear in the investigation of the accident. They can be interrogated after the condition of the injured recovers.

According to the information received from Ramgarh Hospital, three soldiers were brought to the hospital in case of vehicle overturning, in which a jawan Virendra Kumar Singh (38 years old) died. At the same time, seriously injured Dinesh Mistry (28 years) and T Tamang (31 years) were referred to the army hospital.

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