Two women save girl falling from train – Faridabad

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Although nowadays people do not have two minutes of free time for anyone, two women from the district have set an example of humanity by leaving the service on Wednesday. A 17-year-old girl fell from a moving train on the Asawati railway track on Wednesday morning. After falling from the train, his condition became very serious.

The 20-year-old girl gave her name as Riya, who is a resident of Street No. 9, New Chanchal Park, Delhi. He said he was going to his home in Bihar by boarding a train from Delhi railway station, but when the train slowed down at Asawati railway station, he collapsed.

She was standing at the door of the coach. She was injured in the fall. There Himanshi and Laxmi, two women also got down from another train. Both told the police about this girl’s fall. The police attended to her but the two women took her to the GRP station at Faridabad railway station so that the girl could reach her home safely. After speaking with the injured girl, the police contacted her relatives.

Blood began to pour from his head and face. No one had come to his aid before. Seeing the girl’s condition, Babita and Himanshi, residents of Asavati, came to her. Seeing both of them, the girl was surprised. The two women wanted to help the girl, but the mentally weak girl started running away.

Himanshi and Babita informed the Asawati railway employees about the girl. The two women continued to follow the girl. When the railway staff reached the first aid, he ran again. Babita and Himanshi talk to the girl and explain to her. She accepted first aid. The GRP was informed about this.

The girl had to go to Old Faridabad GRP police station due to non-availability of police in Asawati. Babita and Himanshi are residents of Asawati but work near the Old Faridabad railway station. Every day I used to travel from Asavati to Old Faridabad. Both brought the girl from Old Faridabad railway station of Asavati.

The woman SI posted at the GRP police station here met Sudesh Kumari and gave more information about the matter. The girl could not say anything but the name. With great difficulty he said his sister’s number. Sudesh Kumari called the girl’s sister and informed her about the accident. Sudesh Kumari said the 17-year-old girl is a resident of Delhi. She was missing from home for two days.

The family had also filed a missing FIR at the local police station. There are six stitches on the body. The victim’s mother Bimla said that he is mentally weak. Two days ago, he went out to drop his brother and sister off at school. I haven’t been back since. The family is originally from Bihar. The girl’s medications have been taking for many months. You need to take sleeping pills.

Father Avneesh said he had run away from school in class X. He pursued his studies in Bihar. The family had brought him from Bihar to Delhi only two months ago. The family thanks Babita and Himanshi.

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Although nowadays people do not have two minutes of free time for anyone, two women from the district have set an example of humanity by leaving the service on Wednesday. A 17-year-old girl fell from a moving train on the Asawati railway track on Wednesday morning. After falling from the train, his condition became very serious.

The 20-year-old girl gave her name as Riya, who is a resident of Street No. 9, New Chanchal Park, Delhi. He said he was going to his home in Bihar by boarding a train from Delhi railway station, but when the train slowed down at Asawati railway station, he collapsed.

She was standing at the door of the coach. She was injured in the fall. There Himanshi and Laxmi, two women also got down from another train. Both told the police about this girl’s fall. The police attended to her but the two women took her to the GRP station at Faridabad railway station so that the girl could reach her home safely. After speaking with the injured girl, the police contacted her relatives.

Blood began to pour from his head and face. No one had come to his aid before. Seeing the girl’s condition, Babita and Himanshi, residents of Asavati, came to her. Seeing both of them, the girl was surprised. The two women wanted to help the girl, but the mentally weak girl started running away.

Himanshi and Babita informed the Asawati railway employees about the girl. The two women continued to follow the girl. When the railway staff reached the first aid, he ran again. Babita and Himanshi talk to the girl and explain to her. She accepted first aid. The GRP was informed about this.

The girl had to go to Old Faridabad GRP police station due to non-availability of police in Asawati. Babita and Himanshi are residents of Asavati but work near Old Faridabad railway station. Every day I used to travel from Asavati to Old Faridabad. Both brought the girl from Old Faridabad railway station of Asavati.

The woman SI posted at the GRP police station here met Sudesh Kumari and gave more information about the matter. The girl could not say anything but the name. With great difficulty he said his sister’s number. Sudesh Kumari called the girl’s sister and informed her about the accident. Sudesh Kumari said the 17-year-old girl is a resident of Delhi. She was missing from home for two days.

The family had also filed a missing FIR at the local police station. There are six stitches on the body. The victim’s mother Bimla said that he is mentally weak. Two days ago, he went out to drop his brother and sister off at school. I haven’t been back since. The family is originally from Bihar. The girl’s medications have been taking for many months. You need to take sleeping pills.

Father Avneesh said he had run away from school in class X. He pursued his studies in Bihar. The family had brought him from Bihar to Delhi only two months ago. The family thanks Babita and Himanshi.

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