An extraordinary classroom battle over seats turned lethal in Uttar Pradesh’s Bulandshahr district when one Class 10 scholar shot lifeless one other, the police stated on Thursday.
According to the police, the 2 boys – each aged 14 – fought over seats within the class on Wednesday.
One of them was so incensed by the trade that he received his uncle’s gun to high school and shot the opposite one lifeless on Thursday morning.
“The two apparently had a fight about sitting in class yesterday. The accused went home and stole a licensed revolver belonging to his uncle, who is in the army and currently home on leave,” senior police officer Santosh Kumar Singh stated.
“He came to class and shot the other student. He was taken into custody at the scene itself,” the police officer added.
The police discovered one other country-made pistol in his bag, suggesting how decided he was to hold out the taking pictures.
The incident occurred at round 11 am after the primary two durations of sophistication.
The accused shot his classmate thrice – within the head, the chest and abdomen. The sufferer died on the spot.
After the taking pictures, the boy tried to flee the scene. He got here to the bottom flooring from the first-floor classroom and fired within the air to discourage others from catching him.
However, just a few academics managed to overpower him and take his gun away. The boy fiercely fought again even then, the police stated.
The academics known as the police who took the boy into custody.
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