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Woman thrown off train in MP: 70 quizzed but GRP remains clueless

The Government Railway Police remains clueless about two miscreants who had reportedly thrown a woman passenger off the running train near Bina town in Sagar district on November 19.

bhopal Updated: Nov 24, 2014 16:10 IST
HT Correspondent
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The Government Railway Police (GRP) remains clueless about two miscreants who had reportedly thrown a woman passenger off the running train near Bina town in Sagar district on November 19.

According to GRP sources, about 70 people, who were involved in criminal activities in running trains on the Bhopal-Bina route, have been quizzed by the police so far, but did not get any concrete clue which could help them to nab the miscreants.

Additional director general of police (ADG) MS Gupta also admitted that GRP did not get any clue about the miscreants who had reportedly thrown the woman passenger out of Malwa Express. "Our teams have been continuously carrying out search in the area. The investigation is on and I hope we will establish the identity of the accused soon and nab them," said Gupta, while talking to HT.

Meanwhile, GRP Bina on Sunday summoned three travelling ticket examiners (TTEs), who were on duty in the sleeper coaches of Malwa Express on the fateful day, and recorded their statements. TTEs, who were summoned to the GRP police station are Lal Singh, Hari Singh Chaddar and Alam Khan.

The woman, who is undergoing treatment at a private hospital, continues to be in coma. She hails from Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh and works with a private company in Delhi. She was travelling from Delhi to Ujjain in Malwa Express when the incident took place. She was found unconscious on the railway track near Karond station.