Aftermath of the unprecedented mutiny of border guards in southern border of Mongolia

Mongolia is still in shock over unprecedented killing by four guards in southern border of country. Emergency working group comprised of Border Troops Authority and Central Intelligence Agency, General Headquarter of the Armed Forces and Police are investigating this case. Sergeant Sod-erdene which is wounded during the incident are being treated in trauma and surgery department of the Hospital no.2 of Ulaanbaatar. According to the medical staff, he was hit by bullets twice. One in the thigh and other in abdomen. The 24 year old sergeant graduated University of Border Troops last year.

Who were these border guards which shot their superiors?
Private Oyunbold Erdenetsetseg:born in Zuunkharaa soum of the Selenge aimag on Aug 21, 1989. Completed high school. Prior to conscription, was unemployed. Lives with mother.
Private Lkhagvajav Gankhuyag: born in Zuunkharaa soum of the Selenge aimag on Dec 7, 1988. Completed high school. Prior to conscription, was unemployed. Lives with mother and younger brother.
Private Tulga Munkhjargal:born in Darkhan-Uul aimag on September 24, 1990. Completed high school. Prior to conscription,was unemployed. Lives with grandmother, mother and younger brothers and sisters.
Private Enkhjargal Ragchaa:born in Darkhan-Uul aimag on Oct 7, 1986. Lives with mother.

Who were the victims?
Senior sergeant Bum-erdene: born in Zavkhan aimag in 1980. Graduated University of Border Troops in 2005 and was deputy of border guard station in Zavkhan aimag and was appointed as deputy head of the border guard station. His appointment was due to finish by that fateful night when he was killed by his soldiers.
Corporal Enkh-amgalan:born in Zamiin Uud soum of Dornogovi aimag on 1989.
Corporal Byambasuren: born in Bogd soum of the Bayanhongor aimag on 1988.

It is not clear when state funeral for the killed border guards will be held and who among the top brass of Mongolian Border Troops will be dismissed.

By Battsetseg, reporter of MonInfo News Service


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