According to sources, the jawan’s father and some special friends were called on the spot after the incident but he was also threatening to kill them if they approached him. At the moment, attempts are being made to persuade him. Naresh Jat, a resident of Rajola village in Pali district, has been posted at the CRPF training center for the last three years, police said. He opened fire in the air from his balcony at around 6pm on Sunday. After which the sensation spread inside the CRPF. Central officials later explained to him but he refused and did not open the door of his residence.
The whole matter is with the CRPF training center
The youth is said to be mentally disturbed. Sensation spread in the area after the incident. The jawan held the family hostage for the past eight hours at his residence on the CRPF premises and also fired several rounds in the air. He is rumored to be intoxicated. As soon as the incident was reported, the police personnel took action and several senior police officials including Commissioner of Police Ravidat Gaur, DCP Dr Amrita Dohan, ACP Rajendra Diwakar rushed to the CRPF center.
Trying to explain to young people
Police officials are constantly trying to persuade the young man. However, the young man repeatedly comes to the balcony with a rifle, and returns after firing. After receiving information about the incident, senior CRPF officials also rushed to the spot and are trying to explain to the jawan. But the young man did not allow anyone to approach the quarters.
Panic due to aerial firing of young men coming into the balcony
It is learned that his wife and children are also present in his house. His father, brother, and some close friends were called in to explain, but he was unwilling to listen. He was threatening to kill anyone who approached his house. It is learned that he has not yet come out of the quarters but has stopped firing.
Lalita Vyas reports from Jodhpur