Near the Jamalpur gate, the bodies of the four were found lying in a deformed condition on both sides of the track. The railway and police administration was stirred up after the accident in the evening.
Ananfan reached the spot along with the SP City Police Force and picked up the bodies from the edges of the railway track. Police have identified two bodies, while two are trying to identify them. At the same time, soon after receiving the information, the SSP of GRP and Haridwar Rural MLA, Swami Yatishwaranand also reached the spot.
The doubling of the railway track between Haridwar to Luxor has been completed. On Thursday, the train was running at a speed of 120 km for trial on the track. There is a populated area around the scene. It is being told that due to the stoppage of trains for some time, the people living nearby used to sit on the train tracks and pass the time.
On Thursday, some youths were sitting on the track near Jamalpur Gate in Jwalapur Kotwali area. Meanwhile, the train passed at a speed of 120 kmph for the trial. When the speed of the train was high, the youths did not get a chance to escape from there. In a moment, the train passed over the four youths. The incident was reported by the loco pilot of the train in RPF and Railway Control Room.
In a moment the train passed over the four youths
At the same time, on receiving the information of the incident, Superintendent of Police (City) Kamlesh Upadhyay and Jwalapur Kotwal Praveen Singh Koshyari reached the spot with the police force.
The police picked up the mutilated bodies and tried to identify them. GRP SSP Manjunath TC also reached the spot along with the police force. At the same time, RPF and GRP personnel are combing on the railway track.
Four people have died after being hit by a trial train near the Jamalpur gate. Efforts are being made to identify the dead bodies. Further action will be taken after identification
-Senthil Abudai Krishnaraj S, SSP, Haridwar
Railway work is going on. People should know about it themselves. There is no fault of the Railways in this incident.
-Tarun Prakash, DRM, Moradabad Division
Identification of two
Jwalapur Kotwali inspector Pravin Koshyari says that the two bodies have been identified as Vishal Chauhan (24) son Arvind Chauhan and Golu resident of Sitapur village, Haridwar. The remaining two youths are being identified. He told that two more youths of the village are missing from the house. It is feared that the four young men were not together.