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Body carried on rickshaw: District admin holds Government Railway Police responsible

Family members of 44-year-old Ram Asrey were forced to carry his body on a rickshaw for post-mortem after health officials allegedly refused to provide an ambulance. The body was recovered from a railway track on July 8 near Atra Railway Station.

Uttar Pradesh: Denied ambulance, family carries corpse on cycle rickshaw

The Government Railway Police (GRP) had called few hospitals for ambulance service but no one was ready to carry the corpse to the hospital. Following which the relatives had to carry the body to the city hospital in rickshaw for postmortem.

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Two of four held for beating, stripping men in ‘viral’ video

The police have identified them as Haris Shaikh, 24, a Mumbra resident, and Nazeem Shaikh, 23, a Kalwa resident.

Home Guard who ‘harassed’ British tourist on train held

Victim was travelling from Amritsar to Delhi when the incident took place.

Family alleges GRP not probing assault on 19-yr-old as assailants are policemen

Ayub Khan had been allegedly beaten up on Wednesday by two men who told him they were police officers.

Man commits suicide inside luggage bogie

GRP officials were informed about the bogie remaining locked from inside when the train reached at Moradabad.

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Now, Mumbai police too take to ‘Shodh’ to trace missing people

Rly police’s online portal ‘Shodh’ that was launched in 2012 helps families track down missing accident victims.

City’s understaffed RPF to get 517 of 17,000 constables recruited by Railways

In addition, some of these 517 new constables will be also deployed for clerical work.

Ad professional wages ‘war against railway rowdies’ in local trains

The group has at least one complaint redressed by the railway police every week.

Two remanded in police custody for robbery on local, aides still at large

The victims were employees of a courier firm and were travelling to deliver a parcel.

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