A shooting academy in southern India has shot dead 11 people, including two children, and wounded more than 50 others, the police said.
The shooting took place in the village of Shukri in the Chhattisgarh state, which is part of the western-ruled northeast region of India.
Police said the academy is based in a village of Gajraj and the attackers shot indiscriminately at a crowd of students, many of them students from the academy.
The academy was set up in the 1980s and has a large number of students.
It is run by a former headmaster and has two other instructors, police said, adding that they had shot dead the gunmen.
“There is no immediate information on motive,” said a senior police officer, who declined to be identified.
Police have arrested two of the attackers, a man in his early 30s and a woman in her late 30s, and recovered weapons from their homes, the officer said.
He said they were arrested at a railway station in the state capital, Chhattagutha, on Friday.