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SHO in Bihar killed in firing by Panchayat president
In a shocking incident in Bihar's Vaishali District an SHO was killed inside the police station when the panchayat president opened indiscriminate firing during the new year celebrations. It has been reported that two other policemen also got injured. Out of the two, one has died while the other one's treatment is still going on and his condition is critical.

This incident happened when the new year celebration was going on. A tussle broke down between the local celebrators and policemen, in which panchayat president opened fire indiscriminately and the SHO of Jadawanpar Anil Kumar was killed, according to NNIS.

The body of the SHO has been sent to his hometown Chandanpatti in the Madhyapura district for the last rituals. Earlier full 'Guard of Honor' was given to the SHO.

The DGP of Bihar Abhyanand said that “I don't know the facts, the SP didn't tell me about the incident right now, and I have no idea about it and if I don't have the full information about the incident how can I comment. I will talk to SP to get the information only than I can comment on this.”

It all happened when the whole world was busy in celebrating the New year and celebrations were in full swing. Amidst this shocking incident happened.

This incident shows that the local politicians who possess illegal or legal weapon doesn't hesitate in using them as part of their political power show off, insensitive of the fact who is getting hurt by their action. There is a strict and tighter gun laws needed.

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