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Fresh CCTV footage shows CISF jawan being shot dead

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Fresh CCTV footage shows CISF jawan being shot dead
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Kodotty: In a latest development in the Karipur airport shooting episode, fresh CCTV footag, emerged Friday evening, shows the CISF jawan being shot dead during the clash with the fire force staff.

As per the visuals aired by Media One TV, CISF staffer S S Yadav was shot dead during the clash while he was trying to dissuade the fire force personnel.

Earlier in the day, television channels aired visuals in which Aji Kumar, a fire force officer, was surrounded and beaten up by a group of CISF jawans following an altercation.

On Thursday, CCTV visuals aired had showed a group of CISF personnel, apparently agitated over the death of their colleague, jawan Jaipal Yadav, destroying airport property.

In the unprecedented violence at the Karipur airport, a CISF jawan was killed and three others were injured when a service revolver went off during a clash between CISF personnel and fire officers of AAI.

Karipur airport, which was closed for over six hours after the violence broke out, became operational yesterday morning after normalcy was restored.

Meanwhile, ADGP (North Zone) N Shankar Reddy has submitted a preliminary report on the violence to the Director General of Police.

"A preliminary report on what exactly happened was submitted to the DGP," Reddy said.

"Everything is on CCTV," Reddy said when asked who was responsible for the violence and the shooting.

"The incident involves two central government organisations. We will go by the evidence and will follow up with legal procedures," said Reddy.

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