The incident occurred on Friday afternoon.
According to an eyewitness, the soldier, who was in a military pick-up vehicle, after shooting the motorcyclist, moved on behind the bullion van without stopping.
It is not clear whether the military pick-up was responsible for providing security to the bullion van.
A team of police officers who reportedly witnessed the incident chased the military pick-up vehicle without success.
“I saw a bullion van coming and behind it was a military pickup. It had a couple of officers at the back. A few seconds later, I saw a biker behind me, and he rode and came next to me trying to give way to the bullion van, and all I heard was a gunshot. A soldier behind the pickup truck shot the biker. They never stopped and drove off. As to what the soldier saw before he shot, I don’t know,” an eyewitness said.
The rider, who sustained gunshot wounds on the hand, was sent to the Bloom Medical Centre for medical attention.
Meanwhile, a brother of the victim who is with him at the health facility but wants to remain unanimous said he “he is getting better”.
The victim, in a later interview, told Citi News that he does not recall doing anything wrong to merit the shooting.
“I don’t know what I did wrong at that point… I didn’t block them,” he said.
He said he has since received a police medical form and will be undergoing further medical attention at the 37 Military Hospital.
“I was treated at the Bloom Medical Centre… I am now on my way to the 37 Military Hospital to get further checks,” he added.