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MP SSB Jawan found dead in Uttarakhand’s Champawat


A Jawan from Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) was found dead under mysterious circumstances on the SSB campus in the Champawat district on Friday morning, police said.

The deceased was identified as Vinod Panwar, a resident of Madhya Pradesh. He was attached to the 5th SSB Battalion in Champawat, police said.

Champawat Police Superintendent Lokeshwar Singh formed four teams to investigate the case after receiving information about the incident.

“In the initial investigation, it was discovered that he was a habitual drinker and that he was often absent from his duties. On Thursday night he also drank heavily and sneaked onto the SSB campus where he later tried to hide in a four-story building, “Singh said.

“It is likely that he fell to the ground while intoxicated and died. Four teams have been formed to investigate the case, in which one would investigate the CCTV images of the campus, another would interrogate people related to the case, the third will probe their mobile location data and the fourth will collect the forensic evidence. he said.

The SP also reported that the police have informed their families about the incident. “The body has been sent for a post-mortem examination and the investigation is ongoing.”

Pauri Garhwal’s Jawan army dies at J&K

A 39-year-old army jawan from the Pauri Garhwal district, Subedar Swatantra Singh, was killed in a cross-border shooting from Pakistan in a violation of the ceasefire in the Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) on Thursday.

Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, Governor Baby Rani Maurya and other officials expressed their condolences to Singh’s relatives for the loss.

CM Rawat, offering his condolences on social media, said: “Singh showed exemplary courage and courage in giving his life for the country. We are proud of him but at the same time saddened by his family members for this loss. ”

“The government of Uttarakhand stands with his family members and our prayers go out to them,” he said.

Governor Baby Rani Maurya also offered her condolences to Singh’s family members, saying, “We are all proud of him because he made the ultimate sacrifice for the country. Our prayers are with the members of his family in this time of pain. ”

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