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Maharashtra: 55-year-old man assaulted inside train dies, 7 booked by railway police

Updated on: 03 May,2024 07:50 PM IST  |  Mumbai
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The railway police have booked seven people after a man died inside a train

Maharashtra: 55-year-old man assaulted inside train dies, 7 booked by railway police

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A 55-year-old man died after allegedly being assaulted inside a train between Titwala and Vasind stations in Maharashtra. The railway police have booked seven people in connection with the matter, an official said on Friday, the PTI reported.


According to the PTI, he was assaulted inside a suburban train last month, a railway police official said.


The deceased who was identified as Datta Dunda Bhoir was allegedly attacked inside a train on April 27 between Titwala and Vasind stations during an argument between a group of passengers, he said, as per the PTI.


"Two persons, Amol Pardeshi (40) and Tanuj Jammuwal (21), have been arrested in this connection and efforts are on to nab the remaining five," senior police inspector Pandhari Khande of Kalyan railway police told PTI.

"The fight took place when one of the accused tried to take pictures of a female passenger. This was objected to by another person. This led to an argument and Bhoir died after he intervened and was beaten up. He died in a hospital on Thursday," Khande said, the news agency reported on Friday.

The seven have been charged under Indian Penal Code sections 302 (murder), 143 (unlawful assembly), 147 (rioting), 149 (common objective), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 506 (criminal intimidation), the official added, as per the PTI.

Cop murdered after confronting phone thieves

Meanwhile, in an another incident, the Government Railway Police (GRP) and Mumbai Police have formed around 10 to 12 teams to investigate the murder case of  Vishal Pawar, a police constable A few days ago, Pawar was attacked by members of the Fatka gang, which stole his mobile phone.

The gang is known to strike the hands of people who talk on the phone while standing on the footboard of local trains, causing them to drop their device. Pawar chased them, but the group then allegedly injected poison into him, leading to his death on Wednesday. The GRP at Dadar have registered a murder case and are investigating the matter.

According to the police, Pawar, 30, was based with the Local Arms Unit division 3 in Worli. Pawar was recruited to the police department in 2015. He was married, and his wife and parents stayed in Chalisgaon in Jalgaon, while Pawar stayed in Thane.

(with PTI inputs)

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