Punjab Police sub-inspector (SI) dies on duty

PunjabPunjab Police sub-inspector (SI) dies on duty


Punjab Police sub-inspector (SI) dies on duty

Punjab Police sub-inspector (SI) dies on duty

Punjab Police sub-inspector (SI), Baldev Singh who was 55 years old died when his official weapon had got misfired as per a report. He was on duty guarding EVMs at a counting centre on Friday morning at Fazilka. 

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The officials said that Baldev Singh was actually taking the charge of a higher level of security, called third-layer security of the police team, and thus, he was on duty guarding the electronic voting machines, which are commonly known as EVMs at the Government Senior Secondary School (Girls) in Fazilka when the incident took place.

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In the early morning, at around 3.30 AM, the sound of a bullet shoot was heard at the counting centre place and then it was found out that Baldev Singh was injured with a gunshot wound from his own weapon. He was taken to the civil hospital in Fazilka, however, he died due to severe injuries.

The senior official of police said that the incident looks to him as a case of misfire by the victim but they are still examining all the details of the matter to understand the case.

It is very saddening to see policemen getting gunshots while they are doing their job. This is not only depressing for the family but also for society because we all live peacefully and safely only because of the protection given to us by the police officials.

In such a situation when an on-duty police official dies, we get disturbed as a citizen of the nation and also feel empathetic towards the family of such brave officials who sacrifice their lives for the betterment of the country.

On one hand, when elections are happening in major states of the country, it is a very critical period for all the parties who are working to ensure that the voting procedures are conducted smoothly and rightfully.

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