SRINAGAR – It was reported on Saturday that a soldier of the Indian army had committed suicide in Ramban district of Jammu and Kashmir, which was illegally occupied by India.
In the Banihal area of the district. A soldier identified as Ravi Kumar, a member of the 12 Rashtriya Rifles, shot himself to death by using the service rifle in his possession during an army camp.
By the assistance of a police party, the body shifted to Government Medical College (GMC) hospital for post-mortem investigation.
The death of this police officer brings the number of police and army personnel killed. In the Indian-run area of Jammu and Kashmir to 542 since January 2007.
A pair of youths were martyred in the Kulgam district of occupied Kashmir by Indian troops on May 8.
In Cheyan Devsar area of the district. The youth were martyred during a cordon and search operation carried out by the troops.
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It was reported that the Indian troops tried to block all entry and exit points. And took down the internet service during the so-called operation.
In addition to four constables and one head constable. The deceased persons included officers with the ranks of constable and captain.
A number of Indian soldiers commit suicide
A high number of soldiers who end their lives while on duty is indicative of the stress that soldiers suffer from being away from their families for a long time and enduring numerous hardships.
In a recent report, it was suggested that a total of nearly 800 armed forces personnel have committed suicide since Narendra Modi became Prime Minister.