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One More Migrant Labour Dies in Shramik Special Train

97 Migrants Died in Shramik Special Trains

A 51-year-old migrant laborer returning home from Rewari district of Haryana died on Thursday in a labor special train. His body was lowered at Mansi railway station. He is said to be a resident of a village under Morkahi police station area of ​​the district.

According to the information received, he died near Tilrath railway station in Begusarai district. His corpse could not be removed at Khagadia railway station by a special train going to Katihar. After this, his body was removed at the Mansi railway station on information. The body was removed from the ambulance and sent to the local Mansi Primary Health Center at Mansi Railway railway station. Where he was declared dead by doctors. After this, the railway police took the body to Sadar Hospital for postmortem.

GRP Police Station Ramshish Prasad said that a railway ticket from Rewari to Katihar was recovered from him. The post-mortem of the dead body could not be done by the district administration due to Corona being suspicious. RPF Inspector Vidyasagar Pandey said that he was suffering from fever, chest pain and diarrhea for 15 days. After her death, other migrants accompanying her gave the incident at her home by phone. Many of his family members were also present on arrival at the Mansi railway station corpse.

On the other hand, the burning of the dead body at Aghori Ghat in the city was opposed by the people around. The body was cremated in the presence of the police of Sadar police station. Deputy Superintendent of Sadar Hospital, Dr. Yogendra Singh said that a sample of the deceased’s swab is being sent for examination. It is noteworthy that in two days at Mansi railway station, the second dead body has been taken off by a labor special train. On Wednesday, the body of a 60-year-old woman of Barsoi block of Katihar district was also recovered.

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