India: In a disturbing event on Friday, a security guard at a bank in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh opened fire on a client who had arrived without a mask.
The client, identified as Rajesh Kumar, a railway employee, was shot in the leg by a security guard stationed at the Bank of Baroda’s Junction Road branch.
According to news reports, he engaged into a confrontation with the security guard because he wasn’t wearing a mask.
Rajesh Kumar was transferred to the Bareilly district hospital, and the guard, Keshav Prasad Mishra, was arrested. In a moment of rage, Mishra said he shot Rajesh Kumar.
Ramit Sharma, IGP of the Bareilly range, SSP Rohit Singh Sajwan, SP City Ravindra Kumar, and other authorities arrived at the location.
According to the SSP, the defendant was a licenced private security guard for the bank.
He claimed that everyone in the bank was being interrogated, and that the client’s story would be documented once he regained consciousness.