CRPF man suspended for opening fire at ambulance driver in Srinagar

The paramilitary Central Reserve Police Forces (CRPF) man who opened fire at an ambulance driver in Srinagar last night has been suspended, a media report said today.
CRPF man suspended for opening fire at ambulance driver in Srinagar
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The paramilitary Central Reserve Police Forces (CRPF) man who opened fire at an ambulance driver in Srinagar last night has been suspended, a media report said today.

"Police are investigating the matter but departmental action has been taken against sub-inspector PS Yadav for the incident," CRPF inspector general Atul Karwal said, according to Hindustan Times.

The driver, who was on his way to the SMHS hospital from Kangan, was hit in the arm when CRPF men opened fire at him in Safa Kadal area of downtown Srinagar.

Despite a bone fracture, the braveheart driver managed to drive to the hospital, said a doctor.

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