BSF orders probe into loss of life of its trooper at Jodhpur coaching centre

Mukesh Ranjan
Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 20

The border guarding pressure BSF on Monday stated it has constituted a panel to analyze and confirm the circumstances below which its trooper Vinod Singh of 114 Battalion was declared match to endure a bodily coaching programme throughout which he died.  

Official spokesperson of the Border Security Force stated Rajasthan Frontier IG Amit Lodha has been assigned the duty to analyze and report on the earliest doable time.

“The deceased BSF man was undergoing physical fitness course at Subsidiary Training Centre (STC) Jodhpur and on July 17 he complained about giddiness in the evening hours near his barracks upon which he was immediately evacuated to BSF Hospital and further taken to MDM Hospital, Jodhpur, where he was declared brought dead,” the spokesperson stated.

According to the BSF officers, Constable Vinod Singh was a ‘Low Medical Category’ having “weight of 160 kg with BMI 52.98”.

However, it was discovered that the deceased was declared match for the bodily coaching course, they added.

Constable Singh is survived by his mom, spouse and two sons.

Physical health is an integral and important part of BSF to take care of a excessive degree {of professional} commonplace and is given nice significance in profession development additionally.

Hence, the programs in STC and Training Institutions are being carried out frequently to enhance and improve the health of personnel in all ranks, the BSF stated in an announcement.

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