Bhopal: Woman thrown off Malwa Express for resisting rape, robbery
Beena, Nov 20: In another incident that reveals the sorry state of affairs of women's safety in Indian railways, a woman from Delhi was pushed off Malwa Express by two men for resisting a rape and a robbery bid. The incident occurred 25 kilometers away from Beena railway station in Madhya Pradesh's Sagar district on Wednesday. The girl was found in an unconscious state close to the railway tracks.
One of her family members claim that she was sexually assaulted before being pushed off from the train. Her ornaments and baggages were also found to be missing. assistant sub inspector (ASI) of Beena Government Railway police (GRP) station AB Sharma said that she was a resident of Kanpur and was working in Delhi. She was headed toward Ujjain for the Mahakal temple. Her family was waiting there for her.
The girl has sustained fatal injuries on her face and other parts of body. However, police could not confirm rape. We can't go by rumours. The girl was unconscious when she was found. We cannot come to any conclusion until her statement is recorded," said Sharma. He took the girl to a district hospital in Sagar and then to Hamedia hospital, Bhopal for further treatment.