New Delhi: A paramilitary soldier from one of India’s elite security units shot dead four of his senior officers on Thursday in an apparent row over leave, reports said.
The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) soldier fired indiscriminately at the officers at the barracks in Aurangabad district in eastern India’s Bihar state before trying to flee.
Reports quoting officials said that three died on the spot while one injured officer succumbed to his injuries at a hospital.
As per reports the dispute appeared to be over leave.
The CISF guards the country’s most vital civil and government installations including airports, atomic plants and government buildings. (Agencies)