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Woman pushed off running train in West Bengal by GRP constable

West Bengal: A woman passenger was pushed off a running train by a GRP constable following an altercation with her husband, police said on Monday.

 Woman pushed off running train in West Bengal by GRP constable

Representational image. AFP

The woman, Nesa Giri (34), was travelling with her husband, Ramesh Giri (39), in the Teesta-Torsa Express to NJP station on way to her home in Darjeeling from Azimganj station in Murshidabad last night.

Near Farakka, the ticket collector and the GRP constableengaged in a heated argument with Ramesh Giri.

As the train neared Farakka station, Nesa Giri was pushed out by the GRP personnel, a police official said.

The woman was rushed to Beniagram Hospital in Murshidabad from where she was taken to Malda General Hospital, hospital sources said.

Her husband, Ramesh Giri, has lodged a complaint with the GRP at Farakka station, the police official said.


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Updated Date: Oct 12, 2015 14:16:38 IST