While changing train at Rajiv Chowk, he went to a secluded corner and allegedly tried to shoot himself on his head but he missed the target and the bullet grazed past his shoulder.
Jitu Rai hasn’t been able to convert the high qualifying scores into medal-winning performances in the final.
Apurvi Chandela’s final shot was a 10.2, which was just 0.2 less than the eventual winner Ahmadi Elaheh, who shot a 10.4.
Pistol King Jitu Rai was placed number two in men’s 50m pistol with 1929 points, behind Jongoh Jin of Korea.
Gurpreet appeared, however,could not shoot a perfect series of five shots as he finished at fifth position.
Prakash earned an Olympic quota for India in the 50m air pistol by finishing 8th in the event in Azerbaijan.
Gagan Narang having qualified for the 8-man final in 8th position, improved three positions shooting a score of 144.5.
Based on the complaint, the NRAI conducted an inquiry, which included the two junior shooters, as well as other coaches.
“I’m on my way to Lafayette right now. Please say a prayer for the victims at Grand Theatre and their families,” Jindal wrote on twitter.
The shooting took place at the Grand Theatre in the city of Lafayette, Louisiana. Police said they know the gunman’s identity but are not releasing it.
The woman died at the scene and the man fled in his car, then fatally shooting a man on a bicycle in the nearby town of Rammersdorf, according to police.
Rajput was not selected for the Indian squad for the season’s final World Cup that will be held in Azerbaijan next month.
He is the second Indian to have secured a Rio berth at the ongoing World Cup after Abhinav Bindra.
Gagan Narang, Jitu Rai and Apurvi Chandela are the other Indians to have secured an Olympic quota earlier.
Narang is third Indian shooter to make the Rio cut after Jitu Rai and Apurvi Chandela.