PANCHKULA: A guy had a narrow escape when he lasted two bullet injuries over his shoulder at both the legs at an accidental shooting episode late in the day in Panchkula on Friday.
He had been rushed to Civil Hospital Sector 6 Panchkula from where after being administered first aid that he had been known to government medical school and hospital, business 32, Chandigarh.
The victim identified as Satpal, 31, resident of Pinjore and a builder by profession continued two bullet injuries in his thighs. He was accompanied by Satbir and Bhupinder Singh.
Panchkula deputy commissioner of police (DCP) Mohit Handa explained that the groups in Crime Branch Panchkula and Mansa Devi Complex police station are investigating the situation.
He explained,”We obtained an advice regarding shooting incident at approximately 6. 15pm out a liquor vend located on the boundaries of Panchkula and Chandigarh. The police team rushed to the place and found a guy lying in pool of blood. He had been hurried to the Civil Hospital. The situation is under investigation and after recording the statement of the sufferer we’ll register a FIR.”
Based on Satpal, he stated that he and three other men were arriving from Industrial Area Stage 2 in Chandigarh after purchasing some material to their pet store in Pinjore. He explained that when they reached near the liquor vend in Mansa Devi Complex he got from their automobile for urination.
“As I crossed the street and reached before the liquor vend I discovered a bang noise and I dropped down to the floor realising that I’ve been struck by Bullet in my thighs,” explained Satpal.
He added that while lying on the floor he saw somebody picking up a. 12 Bore gun and running from the place but he couldn’t recognise the guy.
Panchkula authorities have procured a CCTV footage in the liquor vend and can be inspecting the footage to recognize the individual who fired the weapon shots.
The authorities said that based on this preliminary evaluation the case appears to be of unintentional shooting likely by someone who has to be a safety guard and had arrived at the liquor vend to purchase some spirits.