RPF constable shoots self to death: 5 tragic developments

08-Mar-2017
  • The RPF constable shot himself with an AK-47 rifle. The shocking incident occurred at around 9.30 pm. The constable was identified as Dalbir Singh (23). He was on duty and had been stationed in the Gujarat Mail, which departs from Mumbai Central around 10 pm. Singh, who was taken to the government-run KEM Hospital, was posted at the RPF chowky at Mumbai Central. He shot himself in the chest with his service rifle, officials said

    The RPF constable shot himself with an AK-47 rifle. The shocking incident occurred at around 9.30 pm. The constable was identified as Dalbir Singh (23). He was on duty and had been stationed in the Gujarat Mail, which departs from Mumbai Central around 10 pm. Singh, who was taken to the government-run KEM Hospital, was posted at the RPF chowky at Mumbai Central. He shot himself in the chest with his service rifle, officials said

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  • “Singh reached the office, wore his uniform and picked up his service riffle. He was speaking on the phone and it seemed like he was talking to his family members. He was a little upset and after disconnecting the call he shot two rounds in his chest,” one of the victim's colleagues informed Hindustan Times on condition of anonymity

    “Singh reached the office, wore his uniform and picked up his service riffle. He was speaking on the phone and it seemed like he was talking to his family members. He was a little upset and after disconnecting the call he shot two rounds in his chest,” one of the victim's colleagues informed Hindustan Times on condition of anonymity

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  • Investigations revealed that the last call made by Dalbir Singh was to his fiancée. According to a report in Hindustan Times, the Government Railway Police (GRP) team found that Singh had made 45 calls to his two older sisters earlier in the day. Also, his last call was to his fiancée at 8.31 pm on Saturday

    Investigations revealed that the last call made by Dalbir Singh was to his fiancée. According to a report in Hindustan Times, the Government Railway Police (GRP) team found that Singh had made 45 calls to his two older sisters earlier in the day. Also, his last call was to his fiancée at 8.31 pm on Saturday

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  • The report added that, on Saturday morning, Singh went back to his barrack after his night duty ended. Later in the afternoon, he called up one of his sisters 28 times, 18 of them were missed calls. Some calls lasted for as long as 20 minutes. Singh also rang up his other sister 16 times, and spoke five times, a GRP official informed the paper. Cops will speak to the deceased's family in Haryana to try and find out the cause of him taking the extreme step

    The report added that, on Saturday morning, Singh went back to his barrack after his night duty ended. Later in the afternoon, he called up one of his sisters 28 times, 18 of them were missed calls. Some calls lasted for as long as 20 minutes. Singh also rang up his other sister 16 times, and spoke five times, a GRP official informed the paper. Cops will speak to the deceased's family in Haryana to try and find out the cause of him taking the extreme step

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  • According to a report in The Hindu, his parents and relatives told the railway police that Singh was to be married soon and leave for the same had already been sanctioned. “We are also investigating the marriage angle. He was unhappy with it and wanted to marry another girl; it seems he was being pressurised by his family and took the extreme step,” an officer told the paper

    According to a report in The Hindu, his parents and relatives told the railway police that Singh was to be married soon and leave for the same had already been sanctioned. “We are also investigating the marriage angle. He was unhappy with it and wanted to marry another girl; it seems he was being pressurised by his family and took the extreme step,” an officer told the paper

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