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Railway police jawan killed on-board Mughal Sarai-Buxar passenger train in Bihar

The jawans, identified as Abhishek Singh and Nandlal Yadav were rushed to a hospital, where Singh was declared dead

By: PTI | Buxar | Updated: May 14, 2016 11:00 am
rpf, rpf jawan killed, rpf killed, bihar rpf, bihar rpf jawan killed, rpf jawan killedn in bihar, bihar crime, bihar crime rate, bihar railways, india news It is believed that the culprits were professionals and they took the action with the intention of looting the rifles. (Express File/Representational Photo)

A Government Railway Police jawan was shot dead and another injured by assailants who snatched their INSAS rifles in a running passenger train between Varanasi and Buxar Friday night.

Four attackers fired at the two securitymen in a DMU passenger train at about 11 PM Friday night, Railways SP Jitendra Mishra said Saturday.

While GRP jawan Abhishek Singh, a resident of Narahi village of Uttar Pradesh, died on the spot, his colleague Nand Lal Yadav was grievously injured, the SP said.

The injured jawan informed the GRP Buxar about the incident.

The attackers, who took away two INSAS rifles of the jawans, got down from the train and fled before it reached Buxar.

The injured jawan, after preliminary treatment at Buxar, has been shifted to Varanasi, the SP said.

Meanwhile, Mughalsarai GRP Inspector Tripurari Pandey said the two constables were on escort duty. The
incident occurred soon after the train left the Chausa railway station for Buxar.

The criminals also looted cartridges and jumped out of the train when it slowed down, Pandey said.

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    Raj
    May 14, 2016 at 5:56 am
    Jungle Raaj Returns
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    1. Rupak Lodh
      May 14, 2016 at 6:39 am
      Where is the award wapsi brigade?????
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      1. Sanjay Bhattacharya
        May 14, 2016 at 6:08 am
        Maha jungle raj 2 is ruling Bihar. Nitish and Lalu should be publicly flogged for failing to protect the lives of people in Bihar. They have no moral right to remain in power for a single day. Govt should dismiss this Lalu-Nitish corrupt power and bring back rule of law in Bihar.
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          welingkar
          May 14, 2016 at 5:59 am
          Why is there a spurt in crime in Bihar, the moment Lalu Prasad Yadav and his RJD are back in power? The media doesn't appear to be questioning, investigating the correlation.
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