A statement from Army Southwest Command headquarters said the area had been cordoned off and cordoned off and a search operation was underway.
Four Army personnel were reportedly killed in a shooting at the Bathinda military base in Punjab state at around 4.30am on Wednesday.
A statement from Army Southwest Command headquarters said the station’s rapid response team had been activated. A search operation was underway. Four people were reported dead, the statement added.
Bathinda Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Gulneet Singh Khurana confirmed that “something” had happened, but said the military did not disclose details. He said the Army’s internal grooming operation is ongoing. SSP Khurana said it was not a terrorist attack and appeared to be some internal development at the military base.
Some weapons from an artillery unit at the station were lost a few days earlier, the source said. A search operation for the missing weapons is ongoing, the source added.