Paramilitary Jawan Will get Police Medal For Capturing Colleague Who Killed 4

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CISF mentioned Rajesh Singh’s “act of valour and braveness” saved many valuable lives.

New Delhi:

A Central Industrial Safety Power jawan who “overpowered” his armed colleague after the latter allegedly killed 4 personnel at an influence plant positioned in Bihar in 2017 has been awarded the Police Medal for Gallantry (PMG) on the event of 74th Republic Day.

Officers mentioned this is without doubt one of the uncommon occasions when a PMG has been given to a personnel who confirmed braveness to finish a fragging incident.

Head constable (HC) Rajesh Singh was posted on the Nabinagar Energy Technology Firm Ltd (NPGCL) in Bihar’s Aurangabad district on January 12, 2017, when his fellow constable Balveer Singh allegedly opened hearth from his rifle and killed 4 colleagues.

Constable Balveer Singh reached the rooftop of the brand new barracks on the campus and was “challenged” by Rajesh Singh, who was unarmed, the CISF mentioned in a press release.

“Realizing that constable Balveer Singh was in a match of rage and had a lethal assault weapon with him and it might lead to lack of his life, Rajesh Singh with sheer sense of willpower and to save lots of human lives, confronted Balveer Singh and snatched the INSAS rifle and threw it, thus disarming him,” the pressure mentioned.  He additionally overpowered constable Balveer Singh and pinned him to the bottom, who was later handed over to the native police, the CISF mentioned.

The pressure mentioned Rajesh Singh’s “act of valour and braveness” saved many valuable lives, at a time when others had been operating to save lots of their lives.

The PMG, his quotation mentioned, is being awarded for his “conspicuous gallant motion, braveness and devotion to obligation throughout main indiscriminate firing incident whereas he was posted at CISF unit NPGCL Nabinagar on the time of incident.”

Head constable Rajesh Singh is at the moment posted on the CISF unit that guards the ISRO Telemetry Monitoring and Command Community (ISTRAC) in Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow.

The CISF unit is deployed on the NPGCL, a wholly-owned subsidiary of NTPC Restricted, to offer it with an anti-terror cowl from Maoists and related extremist components.

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