December 4, 2021

A Girl Student Sat In A Coupling Of A Train Near A Village In Lalitpur – UP: A teenager boarding a train in sports, wandering in coupling for eight days due to fear


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Kanpur
Updated Fri, 11 Dec 2020 8:45 PM IST

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A train stopped on the railway line passing by the fields of a village in Lalitpur, Uttar Pradesh, a 14-year-old girl working in the fields sat curiously on the coupling connecting the engines and bogies. Thought she would get down after some time, but what did that mindless person know that she was going to be in big trouble. She roamed around in coupling for eight days.

During this time, the trains kept changing but the place did not change. Due to fear, she continued to sit in couplings. On Friday, when the GRP caught sight of it at the Central Station, it was lowered. Neha, a 14-year-old girl from Ganeshpura village in Talbehat police station area of ​​Lalitpur district, was working on the farm on December 4.

She told Childline officials that when a train stood on the line near the farm, she climbed on the coupling to turn around. After this the train did not stop. After leaving far away, he did not think it was right to get here and there because of fear. Trains kept changing and sitting in couplings roamed around. After getting down at the stations, asking for someone to eat and then sit there.

It would sometimes stop in the station at night and sometimes in the yard. She had turned black due to dust-smoke due to sitting in the couplings. On Friday, at 12.15 pm, she was flown to Central by the Freedom Fighter Fighter Express from Jayanagar to Delhi and handed over to Childline.

Counselor Manjulata Dubey said that the girl knew the mobile number of her father Ramji Lal. They have been informed. He told that Neha is a student of VII. His disappearance is recorded in Talbehat police station. They will reach Kanpur on Saturday. GRP Inspector Ram Mohan Roy said that after going through the entire process, the girl will be handed over to the next of kin.

A train stopped on the railway line passing by the fields of a village in Lalitpur, Uttar Pradesh, a 14-year-old girl working in the fields sat curiously on the coupling connecting the engines and bogies. Thought she would get down after some time, but what did that mindless person know that she was going to be in big trouble. She roamed around in coupling for eight days.

During this time, the trains kept changing but the place did not change. Due to fear, she continued to sit in couplings. On Friday, when the GRP caught sight of it at the Central Station, it was lowered. Neha, a 14-year-old girl from Ganeshpura village in Talbehat police station area of ​​Lalitpur district, was working on the farm on December 4.


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