PARIS: A 16-year-old student of a reputed school opened fire at a school in southern France on Thursday due to bad relations with his peers. Nearly three other students badly injured in the incident.
The police officials started operation into the Alexis de Tocqueville school of France and detained the accused on Thursday. He has been found as Killian Barbey.
At Least four people were gunned down, and 10 others were wounded on Thursday.
The Grasse prosecutor insisted, “A few understudies were experiencing passionate stun. None of the wounds was considered life undermining.”
Prosecutor Fabienne Atzori stated, “The young fellow — equipped with a rifle, a few guns and a little explosive — entered a classroom then left, not finding the individual or individuals he was hunting down.”
“The inspiration of the understudy seems connected to awful relations with different understudies in this secondary school in which it shows up he had some trouble coordinating,” Atzori said.
She said there was no motivation to presume the shootings were psychological warfare related, “whatever the starting point of the fear monger endeavor.” A national police official said before there did not seem, by all accounts, to be some other suspects.
Investigators were currently attempting to discover from where the suspect got the arms.
Through his facebook account, the age of accused is found as 16-17.
When the accused begun shooting, the victim cautioned the principle about incident.
Education Minister Najat Vallaud-Belkacem affirmed, “The crazy act of a fragile young man fascinated by firearms … We just missed the worst.”
The reports revealed that the accused’s Facebook account is full with aggressive or violent images. At the time of attack, several students hid at the school and many others escaped from the spot.
The police officials seized the area and anxious residents collected in the southern city of Nice. Last year, about 86 people died in the Bastille Day terror attack.
A warning letter has been sent by the government after police informed that gunshots were fired.