The incident took place at Ambivali railway station in Kalyan taluka around 9 am
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A ticket checker of the Central Railway was attacked and injured by a passenger at a railway station in Maharashtra's Thane district on Monday, police said.
The incident took place at Ambivali railway station in Kalyan taluka around 9 am, an official said.
Ticket checker Sunil Kumar Gupta was on duty at the railway station when he spotted a passenger who he suspected was travelling without a ticket, he said.
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The accused allegedly pulled out a blade and attacked Gupta, before fleeing the scene, the official said.
Gupta sustained a cut to his neck and was rushed to a nearby hospital, he said, adding that an offence has been registered under relevant provisions of the Indian Penal Code based on the injured official's complaint.
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