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Cop who threw out boy from train held

Police on Sunday arrested a Railway Protection Force constable Rameshwar Prasad, who allegedly threw a 12-year-old boy out of a running train, reports Khwaja Jamal.

india Updated: Sep 14, 2009 01:05 IST
Khwaja Jamal

Police on Sunday arrested a Railway Protection Force constable Rameshwar Prasad, who allegedly threw a 12-year-old boy out of a running train.

Government Railway Police personnel took Prasad into custody as soon as the victim, Mohammad Shahabuddin, shouted “yehi hai, sir (he is the person, sir)” during a test identification parade at the Sri Krishna Medical College hospital here on Saturday.

Shahabuddin’s left leg had to be amputated at the hospital after he was pushed out of the moving train on Thursday because he refused to pay the constable a bribe of Rs 10.

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