A 10th class student shot dead a classmate at a school in Bulandshahr, UP. The incident took place at Surajvan Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College in Shikarpur police station area of the district. Behind the incident is said to be a dispute over the removal of the chair kept in the classroom.
A 10th class student of an inter college in Shikarpur police station area of Bulandshahr district of UP shot dead his classmate. According to the official, there was a disagreement between the two students over the removal of a chair placed nearby in the classroom. The accused student carried out the shocking murder with his uncle’s unlicensed pistol. The accused student was caught at the school. Upon learning of the incident, the family of the deceased student first cried and then rushed to the hospital.
According to sources, Tarjan Surajvan, a 14-year-old son of Ravi Kumar, a resident of Angorkula village in Shikarpur police station area, studied in class X at Saraswati Vidyamandir Inter College. On Wednesday, the day of the incident, Tarzan arrived at the school with other classmates. Just before class started, a classmate asked Tarzan to pick up a chair and put it on the other side. The same thing spread between the two students.
After this chair debate, the accused student threw a pistol from his school bag and killed Tarzan one by one. Which led to Tarzan’s death. Other students were also dispersed during the shooting. Taking advantage of this, the murderous student leaves the classroom. At the same time, principal Prabhat Kumar Verma immediately closed the main gate of the school and informed the police. Police arrived at the school, holding the killer student with a pistol.
On the matter, SSP Bulandshahr said that a 14-year-old student shot and killed his classmate yesterday over a class meeting dispute between two 10th class students of the school. The uncle of the accused student served in the army. Who is coming home on vacation. A student was brought to the school after his licensed gun was stolen.