An army officer said that 4-5 jawans got emotional and agitated following the death of their fellow soldier. The death took place during a routine training activity, he said. 'Not a case of any mutiny', says Army after death of a jawan during routine training activity.
"The jawan complained of chest pain prior to a route march and was checked by the unit medical officer who found him fit. He later collapsed during the march. He was rushed to the field ambulance where he died," the officer said.

He said that 4-5 jawans became emotional while being consoled by their adjutant, the Captain. They got agitated leading to a scuffle, he said, adding that no one was injured. The incident is being investigated like all cases of death during training, the officer said.

Earlier, It was allegedly reported by media that on the night of January 16, 2012, the day the then Army Chief General VK Singh approached the Supreme Court on his date of birth issue, Central intelligence agencies had reported an unexpected movement by a key military unit from the mechanised infantry based in Hisar.

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