National-level shooter found dead at Mohali home

14th Sep,2021

National-level shooter found dead at Mohali home


A national-level shooter was discovered dead in his Mohali home. Namanveer Singh Brar, a national-level shooter, was discovered dead in Mohali on Monday morning. According to the police, Brar committed suicide at his home in the city's Sector 71.

Brar's family told The Indian Express that they had no idea why he would do such a thing. In Phase VI, a post-mortem examination was performed at a civil hospital. Brar's older sister, Dr. Prabhsukhman Brar, is also a trap shooter, while his father is a businessman and his mother, Harpreet Brar, is a housewife. In 2009, the family relocated from Faridkot, Punjab, to Mohali.A national-level shooter was discovered dead in his Mohali home. Namanveer Singh Brar, a national-level shooter, was discovered dead in Mohali on Monday morning. According to the police, Brar committed suicide at his home in the city's Sector 71.

Brar's family told The Indian Express that they had no idea why he would do such a thing. In Phase VI, a post-mortem examination was performed at a civil hospital. Brar's older sister, Dr. Prabhsukhman Brar, is also a trap shooter, while his father is a businessman and his mother, Harpreet Brar, is a housewife. In 2009, the family relocated from Faridkot, Punjab, to Mohali.Brar, a former Panjab University student, won bronze with Ankur Mittal and Asgar Hussein Khan in the double trap team event at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea, in 2015. The same year, he won a bronze medal at the All India University Shooting Championship, and the following year, he was part of the Indian team that won a bronze medal at the FISU World University Shooting Championship in Poland.
Shooting coach Amanendra Mann of DAV College in Chandigarh described Brar's death as a tragedy for the shooting community. “It is shocking to learn of Namanveer's death. He was a talented shooter, and I accompanied the Indian Universities team to the World University Games in Poland in 2016, where he won a bronze medal for the team. He was a dedicated shooter who was always enthusiastic about the sport. It's tragic to hear about his death,” Mann said.