The man got into an argument with the bank guard over the mask. In anger, the guard shot the man in the leg. The incident caused panic in the bank.
In Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, a man found it difficult to go to the bank without a mask. The man got into an argument with the bank guard over the mask. In anger, the guard shot the man in the leg. The incident caused panic in the bank.
The person who got shot is said to be a railway employee while the guard is said to be an ex-serviceman. According to the information received, railway employee Rajesh had reached Bank of Baroda branch for some work without wearing a mask.
shot in the middle of the argument
The security guard objected to the bank coming without a mask. There was a dispute between the two regarding this matter. In the midst of the dispute, suddenly the guard’s gun somehow opened fire. The bullet hit the railway worker’s leg. After this, the railway worker Rajesh was immediately taken to the hospital where he is undergoing treatment.
As soon as the police came to know about the incident, the police reached the spot and after questioning the bank staff arrested the accused guard Keshav Prasad and also confiscated his licensed gun. The guard denies intentional firing. At the same time, the relatives of the victim allege that the guard of the bank shot him for not applying the mask.
Police is probing the incident from every angle
On the matter, Bareilly SSP says that the accused is a private security guard of the bank. He has a licensed gun. With which he fired. The injured person has been sent to the hospital and the incident is being investigated from all angles. The police is also recording the statements of the people present at the spot.
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