Man found hanging in train was Airoli resident
The police have identified the man who was found hanging in an empty local at Thane railway station on Sunday as Sunil Bansode, a resident of Airoli Sector 4. Susamma Kurian reports.mumbai Updated: Jun 21, 2011 00:52 IST
The police have identified the man who was found hanging in an empty local at Thane railway station on Sunday as Sunil Bansode, a resident of Airoli Sector 4 . The government railway police (GRP) have also filed a case of suicide.
On Sunday, Bansode, 45, was found hanging in the compartment directly after the motorman’s cabin at the Kalyan end of a CST-bound train. The empty train arrived at platform 4 around 4pm, when a commuter spotted the body and informed the police.
“We have sent the body for a post-mortem and have registered a case of accidental death,” said HS Jadhav, senior police inspector of the Thane government railway police.
“Bansode was identified with the help of a tailor’s tag on his pants. We traced the tailor and sent officers there with a photograph of the dead man. A woman at the tailor shop identified him as a vegetable vendor. He was later positively identified by his son-in-law,” said senior inspector of Thane GRP, HS Jadhav.
“It is a case of suicide. He had financial problems and must have decided to kill himself,” said inspector Rohini Kale. The police had found a railway tickets and a card with the name and number of Ram Teke on the man’s body. However, the Tekes could not identify Bansode.