The severed head of a woman found hanging in the engine of a goods train, stirred up, police engaged in search of torso

Pankaj Prasad
Head of a woman hanging in engine of a goods train
Head of a woman hanging in engine of a goods train

The station master informed the GRP police station by sending a memo.

The Government Railway Police (GRP) located at Bareilly Junction of Northern Railway is engaged in finding the body of a woman since Saturday morning. Because the woman's head has been found hanging in the engine of the goods train coming from Roza to Bareilly. But, the woman has no torso. Since then, the GRP is investigating the rail track.

The woman's head was hanging in the engine of a goods train parked in the yard of Ramganga station in Bareilly. Seeing this, there was a stir among the passengers at Ramganga station. The passengers informed the station master. The station master informed the GRP police station by sending a memo. After this, the GRP took possession of the woman's head. But, after this she has started looking for the torso. The woman's body is being searched from Bareilly to Rosa railway junction. This goods train had brought Bareilly cement from Rosa railway junction on Friday night.

The officials of Rosa Railway Junction say that from where the goods train has come after loading the cement. Information is being collected about it. Loco pilot Deepak Sharma says that the goods train has not stopped anywhere from Roza to Bareilly. Where is the Bareilly Junction GRP Goods train loaded. It is also gathering information. Along with this, efforts are being made to identify the woman through the head. GRP sub-inspector Tikam Singh is trying to identify. Bareilly Junction GRP Inspector says that the loco pilot had spoken to Deepak Sharma.

They say that the Goods train has come to Bareilly from Roza. During this, the goods train did not stop anywhere in between. Therefore, the woman's head is expected to hang in the engine of the goods train even before fasting. Information is also being collected from where the goods train has run through railway officers. At which station did you stop? This is also being investigated.

Inspector's son committed suicide

Bhupendra Kumar (27 years), a resident of Maninath of Subhash Nagar police station area of ​​the city, has committed suicide. Bhanu Pratap, brother of the deceased, told that the father was a police officer in Uttar Pradesh Police. But, he died in 2008. The deceased Bhupendra Kumar had dinner. After that he went to sleep in his room. His body was found hanging in the morning. It is being said that the young man is in depression.