Arunachal Pradesh: Jawan dies during training, Army says not a case of 'mutiny'
An army jawan died during a routine training activity in Arunachal Pradesh, following which a few of his colleagues roughed up a Captain
Itanagar: An Army jawan died on Sunday during a routine training activity in Arunachal Pradesh, leading to an outburst where a few of the jawan's colleagues roughed up a Captain.
An Army officer said that following the jawan's death, his colleagues, who were being consoled by their adjuant (the Captain) got emotional. Agitated, the jawans got into a scuffle with their Captain.
"The jawan complained of chest pain prior to a route march and was checked by the unit medical officer who found him fit. He later collapsed during the march. He was rushed to the field ambulance where he died," the officer said.
ANI tweeted that,
'Not a case of any mutiny', says Army after death of a jawan during routine training activity in an infantry unit in North East.
— ANI (@ANI_news) May 15, 2016
The officer further said that the incident is being investigated like all cases of death during training.
Even as the Indian Army denied that there was any case of mutiny in the infantry unit, it confirmed that an officer was injured following the scuffle.
The incident is being investigated.
(With inputs from Agencies)
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