Hapur News – RRF Jawan dies after falling from a train

RRF Jawan died after falling off the train
Garhmukteshwar. The RRF jaw died after falling off a train near the station in Ganga Nagri Brajghat. The police filled the corpse of the corpse and sent it postmortem.
Satyapal Singh, outpost of the Brajghat Outpost, said the police team was informed of the unidentified body lying on the tracks near the station in Ganganagri Brijghat at around 6:30 a.m. on Monday morning. Police reached the site for information and took the body. He said a bag near the deceased was searched where the Aadhaar card, ID card, driver’s license and RRF card were found in the handbag that was kept. On this basis, the county road of the Muzaffarnagar district was identified as Rajiv Kumar (41 years old), son of Bhopal Singh, resident in the Shakuntalam Housing-Development Colony. Information was given to Rohit Kumar and Ms. Shalu, the deceased’s brother-in-law, based on the cell phone found in the bag. The family reached the place as soon as the information was received. He said that he was currently stationed in Lucknow. After a three-day vacation, he took a nine-day train to Lucknow on Sunday evening. Rajiv was the father of two children.
Outpost Incharge announced that the body’s panchnama was being filled and sent for an autopsy. At first glance, the case seems to have fallen off the train at night. After the autopsy, the body is passed on to the next of kin. conversation

RRF Jawan died after falling off the train

Garhmukteshwar. The RRF jaw died after falling off a train near the station in Ganga Nagri Brajghat. The police filled the corpse of the corpse and sent it postmortem.

Satyapal Singh, outpost of Brajghat Outpost, said the police team was informed of the unidentified body lying on the tracks near the station in Ganganagri Brijghat at around 6:30 a.m. on Monday morning. Police reached the site for information and took the body. He said a bag near the deceased was searched where the Aadhaar card, ID card, driver’s license and RRF card were found in the handbag that was kept. On this basis, the county road of the Muzaffarnagar district was identified as Rajiv Kumar (41 years old), son of Bhopal Singh, resident in the Shakuntalam Housing-Development Colony. Based on the cell phone found in the bag, information was passed on to Rohit Kumar and Ms. Shalu, the deceased’s brother-in-law. The family reached the place as soon as the information was received. He said he was currently stationed in Lucknow. After a three-day vacation, he took a nine-day train to Lucknow on Sunday evening. Rajiv was the father of two children.

Outpost Incharge announced that the body’s panchnama was being filled and sent for an autopsy. At first glance, the case seems to have fallen off the train at night. After the autopsy, the body is passed on to the next of kin. conversation

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