The train of the passenger who got off to fetch water was missed, Rpf helped

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Dhampur. The train of the passenger who got off to fetch water at the station was missed. Later, with the help of RPF, the passenger got into a through train and was caught on the same connecting train in Moradabad.
When Pitamber Jaiswal, a resident of Kaushambi, was riding the Link Express Down from Dehradnu to Subedarganj on Saturday, during that time he went down to fill the bottle when the train stopped in Dhampur. He was upset when the train left. He went to the RPF post and informed the responsible Vikal Chaudhary of the problem. The responsible Vikal Chaudhary helped him. He contacted Master Vijay Shankar Pandey from Sayohara Station by phone and told him everything. I have been told that Pitamber Jaiswal’s Link Express train has 57 berths for S-3 cars. As soon as the Link Express stopped in Sayohara, the station master had the luggage unloaded there. After photographing the goods, Jaiswal was also identified. According to Jaiswal, his briefcase held his cash and other items valued at ten thousand rupees. In the meantime, a passing train followed, and when it discovered the RPF in charge informed the Dhampur station master of the report and recommended that the train stop. The station master, who showed readiness, immediately after the conversation with the Moradabad control, on his orders, stopped the coming through train, and after he had fetched Jaiswal his luggage from the station in Sayohara, he was caught on the same train (Link) in Moradabad. . Jaiswal appreciated the efforts of officials at the Ministry of Railways and officials and staff at the RPF post in Dhampur.

Dhampur. The train of the passenger who got off to fetch water at the station was missed. Later, with the help of RPF, the passenger got into a through train and was caught on the same connecting train in Moradabad.

When Pitamber Jaiswal, a resident of Kaushambi, was riding the Link Express Down from Dehradnu to Subedarganj on Saturday, during that time he went down to fill the bottle when the train stopped in Dhampur. He was upset when the train left. He went to the RPF post and informed the responsible Vikal Chaudhary of the problem. The responsible Vikal Chaudhary helped him. He contacted Master Vijay Shankar Pandey from Sayohara Station by phone and told him everything. I have been told that Pitamber Jaiswal’s Link Express train has 57 berths for S-3 cars. As soon as the Link Express stopped in Sayohara, the station master had the luggage unloaded there. After photographing the goods, Jaiswal was also identified. According to Jaiswal, his briefcase held his cash and other items valued at ten thousand rupees. In the meantime, a passing train followed, and when it discovered the RPF in charge informed the Dhampur station master of the report and recommended that the train stop. The station master, who showed readiness, immediately after the conversation with the Moradabad control, on his orders, stopped the coming through train, and after he had fetched Jaiswal his luggage from the station in Sayohara, he was caught on the same train (Link) in Moradabad. . Jaiswal appreciated the efforts of officials at the Ministry of Railways and officials and staff at the RPF post in Dhampur.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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