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CCTV footage shows CISF jawans venting their anger

CCTV footage shows CISF jawans venting their anger

Kondotty: Media One TV Thursday aired the CCTV footage of the Karipur airport shooting incident, showing that the CISF personnel went on rampage damaging office equipment and furniture inside the airport.

The CISF personnel who were on duty at the airport last night are reported to have vented their anger, after seeing one of their colleagues drop dead.

Kerala Police has begun its probe into the shooting incident at the international airport.

Speaking to reporters in the state capital, state Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala said the probe has begun and it is very early to make any comments.

"There are conflicting reports about who fired the shot. While some say it occurred in the melee, there are others who say the shot was fired by one Sunny, who is now undergoing treatment at a hospital, following an injury," said Chennithala.

"The gun will be sent for ballistic examination and forensic officials also will be doing a separate probe. The airport has started functioning normally from today (Thursday) morning."

Various top officials from the CISF, Airport Authority of India (AAI), central home department officials and Kerala Police are now engaged in conducting their own assessment into what went wrong.

The investigating police team has already gone through the CCTV visuals of the episode.

The union home secretary has asked the State Police Chief T.P. Senkumar to file a detailed report.

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