Srinagar: In the second fratricide incident within a week, an Indian border guard shot dead his colleague outside the Air Force Station in Indian administered Kashmir on Friday morning. Police sources said BSF trooper (Head Constable P K Hanjak) of 2nd battalion allegedly fired from point blank range on his colleague Susheel Kumar outside Airforce Station Awnatipora, some 35 kms south of Srinagar, the summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir this morning, causing his on spot death. â€œLater, Hanjak was detained by BSF men,â€ they said. They said a scuffle had taken place between the two BSF men some days back. A senior police officer while confirming the incident said a case has been registered. â€œWe have registered a case and are awaiting the postmortem report. Further investigations are going on,â€ he said. He said the accused border guard has been detained by BSF for further investigations. This is the second incident of its kind in a week. Earlier, three paramilitary CRPF personnel were killed and another critically injured by one of their colleague in a fratricide incident inside a paramilitary camp in Kulgam on Saturday last. Border guard kills colleague in second fratricide incident in Kashmir | The News Tribe why do such things happen.!!! mostly in India only!!!