Police officer, constable shot dead by unidentified miscreants in Bihar’s Saran; investigation underway

Two police officials were killed and one sustained severe injuries after unidentified miscreants opened fire on a Special Investigation Team (SIT) in Saran district on Tuesday morning.

Asian News International August 21, 2019 13:53:47 IST
Police officer, constable shot dead by unidentified miscreants in Bihar’s Saran; investigation underway
  • Two police officials were killed and one sustained severe injuries after unidentified miscreants opened fire on a Special Investigation Team (SIT) in Saran district on Tuesday morning

  • The incident took place when the team was returning after conducting a raid in the Chapra area when criminals started firing on them in a market area

  • They also took away an AK-47 and two pistols from the police

Saran: Two police officials were killed and one sustained severe injuries after unidentified miscreants opened fire on a Special Investigation Team (SIT) in Saran district on Tuesday morning. The incident took place when the team was returning after conducting a raid in the Chapra area when criminals started firing on them in a market area. They also took away an AK-47 and two pistols from the police.

Police officer constable shot dead by unidentified miscreants in Bihars Saran investigation underway

Visual from the incident site in Saran district. ANI

Minutes after the incident, a police team reached the spot. The deceased have been identified as Sub-Inspector Mithilesh Kumar Shah and constable Mohammad Afroz.

Injured Havaldar Rajneesh, who is in a critical condition, has been referred to Patna Medical College and Hospital. An investigation is currently underway.

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