Arunachal Pradesh: Captain roughed up after jawan’s death during training

Though some reports quoting unofficial sources said the jawans of the entire unit went on a "mutiny", the Defence PRO said "only a few (4-5) jawans got emotional and agitated".

Written by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | Itanagar | Updated: May 16, 2016 2:45 am
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AN ARMY jawan died during training session in Arunachal Pradesh on Sunday, following which other jawans roughed up the Captain who was in charge of the training.

Guwahati-based defence PRO Lt Colonel Suneet Newton said the jawan died in a field ambulance after he collapsed during a routine march.

“The jawan complained of chest pain prior to the routine march, but was checked by the unit medical officer and found fit. The jawan later collapsed during route march, was taken to the field ambulance where he succumbed,” Lt Col Newton said in a press release.

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Though some reports quoting unofficial sources said the jawans of the entire unit went on a “mutiny”, the Defence PRO said “only a few (4-5) jawans got emotional and agitated”.

The jawans also “indulged in agitated behaviour leading to a minor scuffle”, the PRO said, adding that no one sustained serious injuries. “The incident is being investigated as is the practice in all cases of death during training,” he said.

The name and other details of the jawan who died during training was not readily available.

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  1. R
    Reddy
    May 15, 2016 at 12:26 pm
    IT IS MUTINY. The true news has been suppressed as usual by cowardic indics.
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      JS
      May 18, 2016 at 11:29 am
      This is not True. The army is not run by Brahmins or Rajputs but by professionalism and discipline.lt;br/gt;Route march, PT drill, Training in High alude or in 50 degree plus temperature is a must for physical and mental fitness of solier (Jawan or officer). It's not that Officer takes rest and only Jawans do these trainings!. The casulty rate of Officers is highest in Indian army as compare to any other army in the world. lt;br/gt;lt;br/gt;I see this incident as gross indiscipline, not sure of the reasons but command and control failed miserably. All responsible should get exmpelary punishment for this indiscipline including dibanding this battalion!
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        kumar
        May 15, 2016 at 10:51 am
        The doctorate advice and the armed forces procedures for conduct of general army training for para-military forces seen as the best procedures.The army personnel heart failure did not interfere with other officers shown great respect for the conduct of training and discipline shows great respect to the country.
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          JS
          May 18, 2016 at 7:17 am
          All such battalions should be disbanded for gross indiscipline!. Indiscipline is not sudden occurence but setting slowly day by day.
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          1. V
            Vana
            May 16, 2016 at 12:31 am
            See in Wikipedia the caste of all Chief of Army Staff. All are brahmins or Parsis. Remember Parsis are brothers of brahmins.
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