Woman falls to death from train: Police launch manhunt for accused
New Delhi: A day after when a 43-year-old woman died after she fell from a Yoga Express train on Sunday near Old Delhi Railway Station, Delhi Police have formed teams to nab the accused.
Police have, however, detained a few men, who are being questioned.
According to police, they have got some leads in which they are working on the case.
Police sources claimed that several raids are going on in the National capital but no arrest have been made so far.
A senior police official stated that they are investigating the case for which teams are working on different angles and also scanning the details of some snatchers in the area. Some people have been questioned in this regard.
Police claimed that the incident occurred after snatchers took her bag and when she objected it she came under the train. The deceased was standing at the train door when the incident happened.
The deceased was identified as Sudhir Bansal, a native of Rajasthan, who was traveling with her son Gaurav (18).
Her son became the eyewitness of her mother falling from the train. She was crushed by the train which snapped a hand and a leg from the body.
Bansal had boarded the train from Rajasthan. When the train was proceeding from Kishanganj Railway Station towards Old Delhi Railway Station, it had slowed down at Pul Mithai.
It is suspected that there was one person involved in the snatching.
The accused tried to snatch her bag when she was standing at the train door and when she resisted the snatching attempt, she was thrown off the moving train and was run over, the police said.