Man dies after falling from running train in Jammu
A man died after falling from a running train in Bajalta area of Jammu today, a police official said.
The victim, identified as Ashok Chawla (61), a resident of Rohtak in Haryana, was on his way to Katra via the Shiv Shakti Express when he fell from the train near Bajalta and died on the spot, he said.
His body has been shifted to the Government Medical College (GMC) hospital and a case has been registered by the railway police, he added.
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- Earlier this month, CBI in the first charge-sheet in the case had named BSF Commandant Satish Kumar and Murshidabad-based businessman Enamul Haque along with five others for their alleged involvement in cattle smuggling across the India-Bangladesh border.
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