CRPF S-I shot dead by head constable in Telangana

In Venkatapuram, Telangana's Mulugu district, near the border with Chhattisgarh, a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) head constable reportedly shot and killed a sub-inspector (S-I) before trying to commit suicide.

The incident occurred at 8.30 a.m., according to the Mulugu District Superintendent of Police. An investigation into the event has been launched. A dispute about duty rostering reportedly led to chief constable Stephen opening fire with his automatic pistol at Sub-Inspector Umesh Chandra, who died on the scene after being shot in the stomach and head, according to the police.

Stephen then attempted to murder himself with the same rifle, but was struck in the head by a bullet. He was brought to a hospital in Warangal, where his condition was described as serious, according to the police. Umesh Chandra, who died, was from Bihar, while Stephen is from Tamil Nadu. When the event occurred, a CRPF detachment from the 39th Battalion was camping on the premises of the Venkatapuram police station.

Due to Maoist operations in the area, the Telangana territories bordering Chhattisgarh have been under CRPF observation.

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