Two BSF jawans killed in suspected fratricide incident
Sriganganagar: Two BSF jawans were on Friday killed in a suspected fratricide incident in Sriganganagar district of Rajasthan.
The jawans, who were part of the Border Security Force (BSF) deployment guarding the Indo-Pak border, were killed after a shootout broke out between them, official sources said.
The jawans have been identified as Deepender Singh and Badal and the incident happened early today in Anupgarh`s Shivni in Sriganganagr sector, the sources said.
Senior officials of the force have rushed to the spot and have begun an inquiry, they said.
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