DIBRUGARH: A personnel with the Railway Protection Force (RPF) died at the Dibrugarh Railway Station. The incident took place on the night of Friday.
According to the Government Railway Police, the deceased was identified as Havildar Dhankumar Hajong who was working for the Railway Protection Force and posted in Dibrugarh. The incident took place at around 8:45 PM on Friday.
The authorities mentioned that the prima facie of the incident that took place in the old railway station of Dibrugarh hints that this is an accident, but the exact details will be revealed only by the investigation is completed.
“The body has been sent to Assam Medical College for the post-mortem examination. And we are further probing the incident,” mentioned Mrinal Deka, the Sub-Inspector of Government Railway Police in Dibrugarh.
Reports mentioned that the victim came under what is being speculated by the Rajdhani Express as it is expected to be the only train leaving from the old railway station in Dibrugarh. Officials with the railway department, as well as the police department, arrived at the sport soon after people noticed the mortal remains.
In net another incident, a school teacher perished in a two-wheeler accident in the Kachua region
of Nagaon. According to local reports, Muksadur Rahman was involved in a road accident on Saturday. The incident took place at around 10 AM. Bystanders had mentioned that he was travelling on his two-wheeler on the roads of the Satlunga village when the incident took place. He had to brake suddenly making his vehicle go out of control and causing severe injuries to the teacher.
He was shifted to the Kachua Model Hospital immediately after the incident. But he had to be shifted to Bhogeswari Phukanani Civil Hospital of Nagaon for better medical care in a very critical condition. But he passed away on the way to the hospital. Maksadur Rahman was 51 years old and was serving as the principal of the Kachua Uttar Chankhula Primary School at the time of the accident.
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