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SRP sub-inspector shoots self, dies

DNAHM118124 | 1/14/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :296



A 56-year-old SRP sub-inspector, KU Aahir shot himself at his Gandhinagar residence on Saturday morning. He went to his room after having breakfast and shoot himself with his service pistol.
Aahir was posted with the State Reserve Police (SRP) but was presently working with the Quick Response Team (QRT). He had been living with his wife and son in the Gujarat State Police Awas Nigam flats in Gandhinagar. Aahir is a native of Haryana. His wife and son had come to live with him in Gandhinagar seven months ago.
The incident took place at around 9.56 am. The gunshot was heard by Ahir's wife who was in another room. She rushed to where Ahir was and found him in a pool of blood.
Ahir was rushed to the Gandhinagar Ci
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