Bicycle student dies after being hit by Purushottam Express

Sayedaraja (Chandauli). On Thursday, a cyclist who was standing on the edge of the platform died after crossing the level crossing barrier in the city’s main market square below the police station area after being hit by the Purushottam Express train. Following the lead, the police arrived and took the body and motorcycle to the police station. The body was taken to the county hospital for an autopsy. The young man studied engineering at a university in Lucknow.
Shivam Choubey (20), the eldest son of Barsati Choubey, a resident of Pareva village in the Sayedaraja police station, came to the Sayedaraja market on Thursday to take his father’s medicine by bicycle. As soon as it reached the level crossing, it was the main market. Since the train passed after a while, the barrier at the crossing was found closed. Then Shivam took out his bike from the side and stood on the side of the train tracks. At the same time, he tragically died after being hit by the fast-moving Purushottam Express. His bike was blown up. People informed the police about it. Police from the Sayerdaja Police Station arrived and took Shivam’s body and bicycle to the police station. People later informed his family about it. Police later sent the body to the county hospital for an autopsy. According to the information, the deceased’s father and younger brother Shubham, 16, who reached the police station, were in poor condition.
Shivam, a resident of Pareva village near the police station, was very smart at university. He studied engineering at Babu Banarasi Das College in Lucknow. People said that Shivam was very promising and was spoken very softly. Said he wanted to shed light on the family and village name by becoming a great engineer.

Sayedaraja (Chandauli). On Thursday, a cyclist who was standing on the edge of the platform died after crossing the level crossing barrier in the city’s main market square below the police station area after being hit by the Purushottam Express train. Following the lead, the police arrived and took the body and motorcycle to the police station. The body was taken to the county hospital for an autopsy. The young man studied engineering at a university in Lucknow.

Shivam Choubey (20), the eldest son of Barsati Choubey, a resident of Pareva village in the Sayedaraja police station, came to the Sayedaraja market on Thursday to take his father’s medicine by bicycle. As soon as it reached the level crossing, it was the main market. Since the train passed after a while, the barrier at the crossing was found closed. Then Shivam took out his bike from the side and stood on the side of the train tracks. At the same time, he tragically died after being hit by the fast-moving Purushottam Express. His bike was blown up. People informed the police about it. Police from the Sayerdaja Police Station arrived and took Shivam’s body and bicycle to the police station. People later informed his family about it. Police later sent the body to the county hospital for an autopsy. According to the information, the deceased’s father and younger brother Shubham, 16, who reached the police station, were in poor condition.

Shivam, a resident of Pareva village near the police station, was very smart at university. He studied engineering at Babu Banarasi Das College in Lucknow. People said that Shivam was very promising and was spoken very softly. Said he wanted to shed light on the family and village name by becoming a great engineer.

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