Photographed in front of the train, reached the barrier – Aligarh

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Two teenagers were overwhelmed to be photographed in front of a freight train parked on platform seven of the rail junction. RPF got them both. A case against him has been registered under the relevant sections, the incident takes place around 10 a.m. Two young people from the restricted area of ​​the city-side area of ​​the railway junction entered platform seven and began to take photos with the camera in front of the freight train parked there. Post commander Chaman Singh Tomar, who was monitoring from the CCTV control room, saw the two youths. He immediately sent the QRT team to the spot.
SI Khajan Singh took the two youths to the police station. They have been identified as Ayush son Rakesh, resident of Mamu Bhanja, Gandhi Park, and Mayank’s son Arvind Kumar, resident of Mamu Bhanja, Gandhi Park. Both teenagers said during the interrogation that they had come to the train station to take photos and put them on Facebook and WhatsApp. RPF Aligarh Post commander Chaman Singh Tomar said both youths were booked and brought before the Railroad Magistrate Court. From there he was fined and released.

Two teenagers were overwhelmed to be photographed in front of a freight train parked on platform seven of the rail junction. RPF got them both. A case against him has been registered under the relevant sections, the incident takes place around 10 a.m. Two young people from the restricted area of ​​the city-side area of ​​the railway junction entered platform seven and began to take photos with the camera in front of the freight train parked there. Post commander Chaman Singh Tomar, who was monitoring from the CCTV control room, saw the two youths. He immediately sent the QRT team to the spot.

SI Khajan Singh took the two youths to the police station. They have been identified as Ayush son Rakesh, resident of Mamu Bhanja, Gandhi Park, and Mayank’s son Arvind Kumar, resident of Mamu Bhanja, Gandhi Park. Both teenagers said during the interrogation that they had come to the train station to take photos and put them on Facebook and WhatsApp. RPF Aligarh Post commander Chaman Singh Tomar said both youths were booked and brought before the Railroad Magistrate Court. From there he was fined and released.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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