Man Risks Life To Travels On Roof of Express Train Running at 100 Km/h, Arrested | Video topsattamatka


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The man lying on the roof of the train was noticed by the Government Railway Police (GRP) when the Gorakhpur-bound Hamsafar Express train reached Kanpur. (Image/News18)

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In a bizarre incident, a 30-year-old man travelled from Delhi to Kanpur lying on the roof of a train running at a speed of 100 km/h. The man barely missed death as he didn’t come in contact with the 11,000-volt electric line running 5 feet above where he was sleeping. The man lying on the roof of the train was noticed by the Government Railway Police (GRP) when the Gorakhpur-bound Hamsafar Express train arrived at Kanpur station.

At first, the authorities assumed the man had died and tried to bring him down but they were unsuccessful. Afterwards, the Railway Police Force (RPF) officers climbed up the roof of the train and brought the young man down after cutting the overhead electric lines around the station premises. The GRP and the Railway Police Force (RPF) arrested the man and the train left for its onward journey with a delay of 20 minutes.

Why did the man travel on the roof of the train?

The man, identified as Dilip, a resident of Firozpur village of Bindki tehsil in Fatehpur, could not provide a definitive answer when asked why he was travelling on the roof of a train which was going at a speed of 100 km/h.

RPF station in charge of Kanpur BP Singh said the man had travelled from Delhi to Kanpur on the roof of the coach. “Had he stood somewhere in the middle, he would have come in contact with the electric line and lost his life. Additionally, due to damage to the OHE line, an accident could have happened in the train also,” he said.

A case has been registered against the youth and he has been arrested under Section 156 of the Railway Act.




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