At least four people were hurt in a shooting on Wednesday morning at the Bathinda Military Station in Punjab. The Indian Army’s South Western Command said that the area had been sealed off and cordoned off. The shooting happened at 4:35 a.m. inside the military station, the army said.
“Four people were hurt in a shooting at the Bathinda Military Station at 4:35 a.m. today. The station’s quick response teams were called in, and the area was sealed off and cordoned off. “There is a search operation going on,” HQ SW Command reported.
“The shooting wasn’t a terrorist attack,” said SSP Bathinda. “I don’t think it’s a terrorist attack. It looks like a case of brother killing brother.”
According to reports, the shooting took place in an artillery unit at the Bathinda Military Station. There are also families living in the area.
All of the Army cantonment’s gates in Bathinda have been shut. ” An Insas rifle with 28 bullets went missing about two days ago. “This may have been done by someone in the army,” Punjab Police said.