UP: Kanpur Police threw vegetable seller's goods on the railway track, when he tried to pick it up, both his legs were chopped off.

Publish Date: 03 Dec, 2022 |

In Kanpur, the legs of a person who was planting vegetables on the side of the railway tracks were cut off when the Kanpur Police were removing those selling vegetables. One of the policemen from the police team removing the encroachment threw his scales on the track. As soon as the man went on the track to pick him up, he was hit by a speeding train and both his legs were amputated. 

The policeman threw the vendor’s scale

According to the information, a teenager living in the Saheb Nagar area of Kalyanpur sets up a vegetable cart near the railway crossing. On Friday afternoon, the sub-inspector from Indira Nagar Chowki reached the railway crossing along with the soldiers and started removing the handcarts present there. Meanwhile, the policemen picked up the scale of the teenager and threw it on the railway track. When Kishore went to pick up his scales from the railway tracks, the Memo train started. Due to this, he got hit by the train.

Constable ran after seeing the accident

Seeing Irfan suffering, the constable present on the spot ran away. On the information of the control room, the police reached the spot and admitted Irfan to Halat Hospital in critical condition. Where his condition is said to be critical. DCP West Vijay Dhul said that the vegetable seller is being treated. Head constable Rakesh Kumar has been suspended on charges of negligence. The ACP of Kalyanpur will investigate.


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