Indian soldier in occupied Kashmir kills officer in argument over phone
An Indian fighter shot dead his leader in India-involved Kashmir (IOK), revealed BBC on Tuesday.
The Indian Army affirmed the occurrence, yet no further points of interest were given.
The BBC included that some inferior officers said the contention was over a cell phone.
Media reports additionally added that the trooper was trained for utilizing a mobile phone and it reallocated.
Authorities said the police and armed force are examining the episode, which comes in the midst of concerns concerning assurance in the Indian military.
Prior this year, a video of a fighter whining concerning nature of sustenance became famous online. The warrior was likewise posting in IOK.
Indian armed force sources have told the BBC that resolve among officers positioned in IOK is low.
The fighters are ending up noticeably progressively awkward with their part in the area, saying they fear they are successfully turning into a multitude of occupation.