Inspector Surendra Chaudhary of RPF: The bravery of an RPF constable at Cantt railway station in the Agra district of Uttar Pradesh saved the lives of two passengers. Where both the passengers were trying to board the moving train. During this, he fell due to a loss of balance. In such a situation, getting stuck in the train itself started dragging.
Before coming down from both the trains, the RPF constable, showing readiness, pulled both the passengers and saved them safely. This entire incident has been captured in the CCTV camera installed on the Cantt.
Inspector Surendra Chaudhary of RPF
This accident happened at 9 am on Thursday at platform number 2 of Agra Cantt railway station. It can be seen in this video that train number 04309 Ujjaini Express reached platform number 2 of Agra Cantt railway station, and two passengers were getting down from the train.
In such a situation, two passengers proceed to board the AC bogie of the train. Meanwhile, a passenger in a blue shirt comes from behind. Due to his haste, the balance of both the passengers gets disturbed. A passenger got stuck near the foot of the bogie and started dragging.
At the same time, the second passenger gets stuck in the space between the train and the platform. During this, RPF constables reach the running bogie on the platform and drag the passenger out.
RPF constable will get an award for bravery
Let us inform you that Inspector Surendra Chaudhary of RPF Cantonment Police Station said that the constable’s name had been sent to the headquarters for the award. Where both the passengers left for their destination by the same train. He said that his name and address could not be known. However, the name of the constable who saved the passengers is Yadvendra Singh. The video of this incident has surfaced on social media.
An unclaimed bag found at Agra Fort station created a stir.
It is worth noting that there was another similar case also. Where on Friday, an unclaimed bag was found on platform number 1 of Agra Fort railway station. In such a situation, joint teams of GRP and RPF reached the spot. During this, in the checking of Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS), a box of clothes and sweets came out in the bag. RPF Fort Inspector Omprakash said that a load of a passenger of the Jodhpur Howrah train was missed. At present, the passenger has been contacted.