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A woman coming from Rohtak with her son to Tohana was molested in a moving train. When she resisted the molestation, the accused pushed the woman from the moving train, killing her on the spot. After getting information about the matter, Jakhal Railway Police has started action.
According to the relatives of the deceased, the accused is a resident of Kamalwala village. He jumped from the moving vehicle before coming to Tohana railway station. He has been referred to Agroha Medical College. Police has started action by recording the statement of the nine-year-old son of the deceased.
According to the information, the woman resident of Rohtak was married in Tohana. The woman had gone to her maternal home with her 9-year-old son a few days ago. On Thursday, she was coming to Tohana by a passenger train running from Rohtak to Jakhal. When she reached near Narwana, she called her husband that the train had left Narwana. Meanwhile, an accused Manchala also sat with him in the same compartment in the car.
The ride in the train was more. Taking advantage of this, the accused started molesting the woman. When the woman protested, a scuffle broke out between the two. The accused pushed the woman from a moving train near Kalvan Halt, about three kilometers before Tohana, which led to her death. When the car slowed down near the over bridge after the Tohana entry, he himself jumped from the vehicle and got injured. Passers-by informed Dial 112. The police team reached the spot and took the accused injured to the hospital, from where he was referred to Agroha Medical College.
At the same time, the husband of the deceased told that when he reached the railway station, he saw that his son was crying standing alone in the car. When asked, the son narrated the whole incident. After that he started looking for his wife. On the information of the matter, the team of GRP Jakhal reached the spot. Jakhal GRP in-charge Dharampal said that information was received that the woman was thrown down from the moving train, investigation is being done. A boy has also jumped from the moving vehicle which has been referred to Agroha. Further action will be taken only on the basis of the statement and identification of the child present in the train at the time of the incident.