Kolkata Museum Firing

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When head constable Akshay Kumar Mishra opened fire, ASI Ranjit Kumar Sarangi was killed instantly, while assistant commandant Suvir Ghosh only suffered minor gunshot wounds. On Sunday, Ghosh was released from the hospital.When head constable Akshay Kumar Mishra opened fire, ASI Ranjit Kumar Sarangi was killed instantly, while assistant commandant Suvir Ghosh only suffered minor gunshot wounds. On Sunday, Ghosh was released from the hospital. Around 6:30 p.m., Akshay Mishra opened fire indiscriminately on the museum grounds in Kids Street with an AK-47 rifle, according to authorities. Akshay Mishra was disarmed by a group of police and disaster management representatives from Kolkata, under the direction of Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central) Rupesh Kumar. Sudhir Kumar, the CISF Inspector General for the South East, had also arrived and was pleading with the jawan to turn himself in. After being transported to the Lalbazar police station, top officers questioned Akshay there.”He has been placed in police prison until August 21 by Bankshall court Chief Metropolitan Magistrate. The matter has been taken over by the homicide unit of the Kolkata Police, according to a senior police officer. The police reported that on the surface, it seemed to be a targeted shooting event. “The murder was most likely motivated by retaliation, although it is still too early to pinpoint the precise reason. A top Kolkata Police official stated that the culprit was being questioned.Additionally, on Sunday, a group of forensic investigators examined the crime site and took samples. The forensic team noted the cars and the locations of the gunshot holes.Meanwhile, a preliminary post-mortem on ASI Ranjit Kumar Sarangi’s body revealed that he had been shot at least five times.Security guards on duty Saturday at the Indian Museum in Kolkata.

An assistant sub-inspector was killed and an assistant commandant-rank officer was hurt when a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) head constable is accused of opening fire on his senior colleagues at Kolkata’s Indian Museum on Saturday evening. He was sentenced to 14 days in police custody on Sunday.When head constable Akshay Kumar Mishra opened fire, ASI Ranjit Kumar Sarangi was killed instantly, while assistant commandant Suvir Ghosh only suffered minor gunshot wounds. On Sunday, Ghosh was released from the hospital.

By Subhechcha Ganguly