At the Kolkata museum, a paramilitary jawan fires on his coworkers, one of them dying.

CISF Assistant Sub Inspector Ranjit Kumar Sarani, a resident of Orissa, died . Assistant Commandant Suvir Ghosh, the accused CISF chief, opened fire from his AK 47 rifle .

Kolkata (West Bengal) India: On Saturday evening, a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) worker was killed and another was injured when their colleague opened fire inside the Indian Museum CISF barrack in Kolkata.Assistant Commandant Suvir Ghosh, the accused CISF chief, opened fire from his AK 47 rifle in the Indian Museum of CISF Barracks on Park Street, where CISF Assistant Sub Inspector Ranjit Kumar Sarani, a resident of Orissa, died while Assistant Commandant Suvir Ghosh was wounded.Kolkata Police surrounded the area and apprehended Mishra shortly after receiving the news.Following the incident, the Kolkata Police Commissioner rushed to the scene.

It is already too early to say anything about why he opened fire, according to Kolkata Police Commissioner VK Goyal.An investigation is ongoing.