The Government Railway Police (GRP) has reportedly detained two persons in connection with the 29-year-old woman being thrown off Malwa Express on November 19. However, GRP officials refused to acknowledge their detention.
GRP sources, however, said they have nabbed two persons and are sure of their involvement in the incident but they would like to wait for the victim to regain consciousness and identify them before they are produced in the court.
“We are sure that these two miscreants were involved in the crime but we have nothing to prove. We are waiting the woman to region her consciousness soon and identify them,” said a GRP officer, wishing anonymity.
Superintendent of railway police (SRP) Awadesh Goswami, however, said that the investigation was on and they would nab the miscreants soon.
Meanwhile, the doctors, who are treating the victim at a private hospital here, said on Friday that the victim was out of danger and she was recovering fast.
“She is still in coma but out of danger. The swelling in the brain has subsided. It will take four to five weeks more to regain the conscious,” said neurosurgeon Nitin Garg.
The woman, who was travelling in the sleeper class of Malwa Express from Delhi to Ujjain, was thrown out by two unidentified miscreants near Bina town. The GRP has registered a case of loot against two unidentified miscreants and conducting investigation.