Sachin Tendulkar is likely to be in Trouble, as his Gaurd kills himself

Sachin Tendulkar, the Indian former cricketer, has recently faced a tragic struggle. His security guard committed suicide by shooting himself. This tragic incident has created an open discussion in society. The main reason for this suicide is not yet clear and an investigation is going on to find out the reason for his act.

A State Reserve Police Force jawan, identified as Prakash Kapade, who was assigned the security responsibility of legendary former cricketer and Bharat Ratna recipient Sachin Tendulkar, has allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself in Jamner. According to online sources, the incident took place at 1:30 am, Prakash’s body has been sent for postmortem. Shinde said they are currently investigating the circumstances surrounding the alleged suicide.

“As per preliminary inquiry, he may have opted for drastic action due to some personal reasons, but we are still waiting for all the details of the investigation,” Mr Shinde told a news agency. An accidental death report has been registered by Jamner police. Additional investigation is underway, including interrogation with his relatives, co-workers, and other acquaintances.

Kapade was 39 and is survived by his elderly parents, wife, two young children, brother, and other relatives. Given the involvement of a jawan deployed in VVIP security, the SRPF is expected to launch an independent investigation into the matter.

According to online reports, Kapade had reached his hometown Jamner with his family last week. The officer said, according to preliminary investigation, he woke up around 1.30 am and shot himself in the head. Hearing the sound of the gunshot, other people in the house woke up. The family members found the clothes soaked in blood. The police officer said that Kapade was taken to the hospital but he was declared dead before reaching the hospital. After the incident, a team of Jamner police visited the house. The officer said that no suicide note was found on the spot.

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