Agniveer youth caught in running train
A young man was returning home after seeing Agniveer recruitment in Agra
Seeing the recruitment of Agniveer near Mathia of Western Outer Langur of Bharthana station under Delhi-Howrah railway track, a young man returning from Agra died tragically on the spot after being cut off from the train, as soon as the news of the incident was received, there was a furore in the family. The GRP jawans have taken the body in possession and sent it for post-mortem.
Let us tell you that Alok Pal, 20 years old son Hari Singh Pal village Gopiyapura Sihua Bharthana, came under the grip of a train running on the up line near Mathia of outer langur of Bharthana railway station located on Delhi-Howrah railway track at 4.15 pm on Friday evening. But there was a painful death. GRP jawans have called on the spot after taking possession of the dead body and informing the relatives.
On which the relatives told that Alok was returning home from Agra after seeing the recruitment of Agniveer, had not even reached home, that he had died in the accident. The deceased Alok was the eldest son in his family of one sister and two brothers. On hearing the news of Alok’s death, mother Kalandri Devi, father Hari Singh Pal, sister Anshu 17 years old and younger brother Avnish Pal 13 years old are in a bad condition. GRP Police has sent the body of the deceased for post-mortem.
Saurabh Dwivedi reports with Shivang Timori from Bharthana