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NEW DELHI: A soldier died of a gunshot wound at a military base in India’s northern border state of Punjab, but it was not related to the killing of four soldiers there hours earlier, the Indian army said on Thursday.

The soldier at Bathinda Military Station on Wednesday evening was thought to have shot himself, a statement from the army said.

“There is no connection whatsoever” to the killing of four soldiers by unknown attackers 12 hours earlier, it added. “The soldier was on sentry duty with his service weapon.

The weapon and cartridge case from the same weapon was found next to the soldier,“ the statement said.

The soldier, who had returned from leave on April 11, was rushed to a military hospital, where he died of his injuries, it added.

Earlier on Wednesday, four soldiers were shot to death in their sleep in the barracks by two people, one of them thought to be using a rifle that was reported missing from the base two days earlier.

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The rifle was located later on Wednesday but the attackers had not been caught, the army said.

State police said it was “not a terror attack”.

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SAMIR SARDANA Apr 13, 2023 03:23pm
FROM INSIDE A WALLED CANTT - 2 MEN HAVE DISAPPEARED AFTER SHOOTING 4 SOLDIERS DEAD ! BUT THE INSAS RIFLE HAS BEEN FOUND ! MAGIC ! AND THE 19 SHELLS ! THE INSAS COULD HAVE BEEN DISASSEMBLED & SCATTERED IN THE JUNGLE - BUT NEIN ! THE INSAS WAS LEFT SO THAT THE ARMY COULD FIND IT ! BUT 2 HUMANS HAVE VANISHED ! JUST LIKE AMRITPAL SINGH! FALSE FLAG - IT IS ! THE INSAS HAS BEEN A DISASTER IN KARGIL,KASHMIR,NAXAL OPERATIONS & FOREIGN NATIONS,AS IS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN, BELOW. https://medium.com/war-is-boring/indias-anti-terror-troops-despise-their-assault-rifle-3fcafa392aaa CHAIWALA'S VANAES CANNOT MAKE AN ASSAULT RIFLE - AFTER 75 YEARS - FOR THE VANAR SENA ! JUST 10 DAYS AGO - 3 MISSILES MISFIRED FROM POKHRAN IN A TRIAL ! POKRAN & BHATINDA ARE TOO CLOSE TO THE PAKISTAN BORDER ! SAMIR SARDANA PAKISTAN FACES AN EXISTENTIAL RISK,FROM THE VANARS OF CHAIWALA ! SHOULD CHAIWALA MAKE MISSILES AND NUKES ! WILL THE NUKES WORK ? FOR CHAIWALA IT IS ONLY GOBAR,GOBAR GAS AND GAU MUTRAM !
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SAMIR SARDANA Apr 16, 2023 12:37am
THE 2 SHOOTERS HAVE STILL NOT BEEN CAUGHT ! YESTERDAY 2 MUSLIMS WERE KILLED IN COLD BLOOD IN JHANSI ! ASAD AHMED AND ANOTHER ! TODAY,JUST A FEW HOURS AGO, ATIQ AHMED AND HIS BROTHER, WERE KILLED AT NIGHT,IN THE PRESENCE,OF 20-30 COPS IN PRAYAGRAJ ! THE SHOOTERS SHOUTED "JAI SHRI RAM" THIS IS THE STATE OF AFFAIRS IN HINDOOSTHAN AND CHAIWALA AND THE LAND OF GOBARNATH !
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