Drunk army personnel points gun on garrison incharge, injured an inspector

Sep 09 2019 05:21 PM
Drunk army personnel points gun on garrison incharge, injured an inspector

Bareilly: The incident of misbehavior by the police has come to light from some army personnel from Bareilly district of Uttar Pradesh. Two army soldiers who were drunken on holiday, started abusing themselves late at night. On being interrupted by the police, they took out their pistols and pointed out at the station outpost and soldiers and started threatening to shoot them. The inspector, who arrived at the post of the police post, was injured by them by hitting the butt of the pistol on his head. The incident caused a stampede near the police post.

The Bareilly police controlled both of them, after which they were subjected to the medical examination. On the instructions of the officers, an FIR is being registered against both. Station Outpost Incharge Siddhant Sharma was sitting at the checkpoint with two soldiers at around 12 pm. Meanwhile, two people were seen quarreling in front of the car agency in a state of intoxication. When the police reached the spot, these people got entangled with the police.

When the garrison in-charge tried to convince them, they deteriorated further. Both took out the pistol and stared at the garrison incharge and soldiers and said that they do not take any time to shoot the enemies. Inspector Gitesh Kapil, who arrived at the information of the outpost staff, tried to control them, and the soldiers also attacked him. He was injured by hitting the butt of the pistol on the head. Somehow the soldiers took both of them in a jeep and then brought them to the district hospital. Medical tests there confirmed alcohol in both their bodies. The army has been informed about this.

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