News Desk |
Indian Air Force officer Wing Commander Arvind Sinha has reportedly committed suicide as he shot himself with a double barrel gun on Tuesday.
His suicide came on the same day when Indian Air Force jets violated the airspace of Pakistan. The reason for his suicide has not been ascertained but according to his wife the Wing Commander was suffering from problems in his career and personal life. The 43-year-old commander was having several family disputes as well. These details have been initially shared by the inspector Dhumanjanj Sandeep Mishra.
“No suicide note was found from the spot but initial probe suggests that Sinha was upset over some personal issues for the last few days,” said Sandeep Mishra. The wife while talking to media stated that Arvind Sinhas was extremely stressed out due to his job.
As per the news circulating on social media, few anticipated Sinha was a part of the Indian Force Jets who intruded into the airspace of Pakistan from LoC Muzaffarabad on Tuesday night between 25th and 26th February.
His body was found dead with a gunshot injury to his neck on a cot in the veranda of his official residence Prayagraj’s Bamrauli Air Force Station area, police said. As per the Indian media, the deceased was posted as Defence Minister PRO in Prayagraj last year in December.
As per the news circulating on social media, few anticipated Sinha was a part of the Indian Force Jets who intruded into the airspace of Pakistan from LoC Muzaffarabad on Tuesday night between 25th and 26th February. The Indian jets were chased off from Pakistan by Pakistan Air Force.
It was anticipated that Sinha committed suicide after the failure of a surgical strike by the Indian Air Force. The Indian media brushed off the reports as false and stated that investigations are underway and soon the reasons for the tragic incident will be found.
Meanwhile, the tensions between India and Pakistan have escalated on Line of Control, Kashmir. Pakistan has reportedly shot down two Indian jets who again attempted to intrude into the airspace of Pakistan today.