Probe begins on death of Kerala NCC cadet
Kozhikode, Aug 14: An inquiry team of three started their investigation on the death of an NCC boy cadet.
Danush Krishna, a degree student was injured from a bullet during firearms training at an NCC camp on August 11.
Danush was resting after lunch at the National Cadet Corps Firing Range at the West Hill Army barracks. His rifle incidentally went off and the bullet hit him in the chest.
He was taken to hospital immediately but couldn't be saved.
The cadet's body was handed over to his relatives after autopsy. The autopsy was conducted on August 12 by Dr Thomas Mathew, the head of the forensic science department at Kozhikode Medical College.
Speaking to reporters Rajnish Mishra said that they have started their work and every angles will be looked into.
"We will be trying to finish the investigation within 10-15 days," said Mishra.