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Delhi Police S-I kills himself with his service pistol at his residence:

Delhi Police shoot himself

Delhi Police S-I kills himself with his service pistol at his residence. A Sub-inspector (SI ) of Delhi Police allegedly killed himself with a service pistol. The incident took place on Monday morning near Ranhola. The sub-inspector killed himself with a service pistol at his residence in Mohan Garden, Delhi.

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The sub-inspector was 26 years old and was posted at a police station in outer district Police officers said that the sub-inspector killed himself due to some financial reasons.

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Delhi Police S-I kills himself with his service pistol at his residence:

Reports say that the Ranhola police station received a call at 5:15 am regarding the death of a man at his home. The information was given by the deceased’s brother. When the police team reached the spot they identified the man as Sub-inspector of Delhi Police.

A police officer said, “The S-I took the extreme step in a room on the ground floor of his house. His body was on the bed. He used his service pistol.”

Koam, DCP revealed that the sub-inspector worked on Sunday. He added, “We have learnt that he killed himself over some financial trouble. Further investigation is in progress.” The investigation is being done as to how the sub-inspector managed to bring the service pistol at his home after his work got over on Sunday. 

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The officer added that the police are probing if the in charge of the malkhana was aware that the deceased did not return his service weapon after his work was never on Sunday. Malkhana is a storeroom in a police station where all the arms and ammunition are kept.

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