Another Indian soldier commits suicide in occupied Kashmir
Srinagar: Another Indian soldier stationed in occupied Kashmir has committed suicide.
According to Kashmir Media Services, an Indian soldier stationed in Nogam sector of Kupwara district of Occupied Kashmir shot himself dead with a government rifle.
According to the report, the Indian soldier committed suicide on Sunday morning, which has also been confirmed by the high command.
It is to be noted that the number of suicides of Indian soldiers stationed in occupied Kashmir is on the rise. Military personnel end their lives due to mental stress, hardship or other reasons.
The KMS report states that the number of Indian soldiers who have committed suicide since 2007 has risen to 477 since the recent incident.
It may be recalled that an Indian Army officer stationed in occupied Kashmir committed suicide on February 20. Kashmir Media Services reported that VV Yadav, an assistant commanding officer of Indian Security Force Battalion 90 stationed in Kathua district of Occupied Kashmir, shot himself with his own official rifle on the morning of February 20.
According to the report, BV Yadav shot himself in his room. Hearing the sound of fire, other officials in the building ran towards the room and the door was locked. Officers barely opened the door and rushed the assistant commanding officer to the hospital, but it was too late.
Doctors conducted an autopsy on the body for further action, which revealed that Yadav had died of a gunshot wound to the brain. Fellow officers revealed that the suicide bomber was under severe pressure and wanted to go home, but could not get a leave.