Bhopal: Woman thrown out of train now in coma; 40 detained
Two days after a 29-year-old woman was allegedly thrown out of a running train on the Bhopal-Jhansi route, doctors said that she was in coma and that her condition continues to be critical.Updated: Nov 22, 2014 15:32 IST
Two days after she was thrown out of a train, doctors of the 29-year-old victim on Friday confirmed that she was now in coma and that though her condition is stable, she continues to be critical.
Consultant neurosurgeon Dr Nitin Garg, who is treating the victim, who has a deep diffused brain injury, said her vital parameters were stable and they were planning to conduct MRI on Saturday.
"We are continuously monitoring her condition. She is still critical but her condition is stable. Her health parameters are not deteriorating. So we are hopeful she will show some improvement in the coming weeks," he said.
"The first two weeks are critical. She is still on ventilator support," he said.
Meanwhile, the motive behind the crime is still unclear. The Government Railway Police (GRP), Bina, however, registered a case of loot against two unidentified miscreants on Friday.
The GRP have also detained nearly 40 miscreants, who have been involved in criminal activities in trains running on the Jhansi-Bhopal route. The detainees are being interrogated, however, the police are yet to find any concrete information about the accused.
"The GRP in Uttar Pradesh and Railway Protection Force of Jhansi division have also detained some suspects and they are also being interrogated," said superintendent of police (SP), Rail, Awadesh Goswami.
The travelling ticket examiner (TTE) Hari Singh Chaddar, who was on duty, is still in the GRP custody. Sources said he could also be made an accused in the case.
First Published: Nov 21, 2014 23:27 IST