Bharatpur: In Bharatpur, Rajasthan, more than half a dozen criminals opened fire and created havoc on two accused in the highly publicized Kirpal Singh Jaghina murder case. The incident of firing took place when the accused in the Kirpal Singh Jaghina murder case were being taken by the police from the roadways bus. Both the accused were fatally injured in the firing. After the incident, there was panic in the police headquarters. The accused escaped after the incident, and the area was put under surveillance.
According to information, firing was carried out on the accused Kuldeep Jaghina and Vijaypal by the attackers. Both the accused were being taken from the Jaipur Sindhi Camp bus stand in a roadways bus to Bharatpur. During the journey, more than half a dozen criminals arrived in a car on the national highway. They stopped the roadways bus. Later, seven criminals boarded the roadways bus. There, they opened heavy fire on Kuldeep Jaghina and Vijaypal.
There was panic, and the police were helpless
As soon as the incident occurred, there was panic, and the police were helpless. The attackers fled from the scene after carrying out the attack. Kuldeep Jaghina and Vijaypal were seriously injured in the assault. The police personnel escorting them informed senior officers. Later, both injured accused were taken to the local hospital in an ambulance. Meanwhile, extensive barricading was carried out in the entire area in search of the attackers. However, no clue of the attackers has been found yet.
DGIP Mishra takes complete information from Bharatpur SP
Director General of Police, Umesh Mishra, has taken this incident of firing in Bharatpur district very seriously. He has instructed Bharatpur SP, Mridul Kachhawa, to take immediate and strict action to apprehend the attackers. Meanwhile, Cabinet Minister Govind Meghwal of the Gehlot government made controversial statements regarding this case. Meghwal said that with the increasing population, crimes are also increasing. He alleged that in Uttar Pradesh, police personnel are killed. But criminals are not spared in Rajasthan.