Saturday , December 3 2016
Home / Crime / Border Security Force Trooper Shoots Wife In Kashmir

Border Security Force Trooper Shoots Wife In Kashmir

gun-shot

Srinagar: A BSF jawan was detained after his wife was found dead due to a bullet injury inside her house in Ganderbal district of central Kashmir this morning, police said.

Nazira Begum (28), mother of three, died of a bullet allegedly fired from a 12-bore gun and her body was recovered from the house at Satrina village of Kangan, 40 km from Srinagar, a police officer said.

He said her husband Ghulam Hassan Chohan (40), posted with 193 battalion BSF in Rajasthan, was detained for questioning after his father-in-law accused him of murder.

The jawan had returned home on leave some days back. “We have seized the 12-bore licensed gun from the house and are questioning the accused,” he said, adding the body has been sent for postmortem.

He said it is premature to say anything about the incident.

“We are yet to receive the autopsy report…the investigation is on,” the officer said.

IANS

Read Also

money

Admired by Modi for braille innovation, Punjab techie arrested with fake Rs 2,000 notes

8