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News Entry# 378153
Mar 07 2019 (13:07) Telangana: Student pushed out of train loses leg, culprit arrested (timesofindia.indiatimes.com)
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Mar 07 2019 (13:08)
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HYDERABAD: A mason, who allegedly pushed out a 19-year-old polytechnic student from a moving train near Safilguda railway station, was arrested on Wednesday. The student, a native of Karimnagar, lost his left leg in the accident.The culprit was identified as G Raju (23), a mason and a resident of Lalaguda. The victim, G Vishwas, a student of Government Polytechnic, Chegunta in Medak, was travelling from Medchal to Sitaphalmandi on the Mirzapalli-Kacheguda passenger train on March 4. Raju too was travelling by the train from Medchal to Lalaguda. “Vishwas was standing near the train door when Raju asked for his phone to call a friend. The student gave his phone. Raju was talking continuously for over eight minutes and Vishwas kept asking for his phone. An argument broke out a little later,” Government Railway Police (GRP), Secunderabad, inspector, Adi Reddy said. Raju then threw the phone out of the train, triggering a...
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fight between them. “During the fight, Raju pushed Vishwas out of the train, which was reaching Safilguda. The boy fell on the tracks and sustained injuries on his left leg and head,” GRP, Secunderabad SP, Ashok said. The boy was shifted to hospital, where later his left lower leg was amputated. “There was no CCTV footage and the boy too did not have any information about the culprit. We managed to pick up the suspect after the victim recollected that the man’s left hand was fractured and he was wearing a sling,” the inspector said. After registering an attempt to murder case, police picked up the accused.
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