BAREILLY: A man, in his early 20s, who had allegedly stolen a mobile phone in the Delhi-bound ‘14205’ Ayodhya Cantt Old Delhi Express, was mercilessly thrashed and thrown off moving train on Friday night.
He died after his head hit an overhead line pole near Tilhar railway station in Shahjahanpur.

A day after the incident, police recovered a 66-second video purportedly shot by a passenger travelling in the same compartment in which several people could be seen laughing and assaulting the man. Later, in the viral clip, one of the passengers, identified as Narendra Dubey, could be seen abusing and pushing him out of the general compartment even as the man was begging for his life.
Police on Sunday said that a woman travelling on the train complained about her missing mobile phone near Shahjahanpur railway station. The phone was allegedly recovered from a man, who is believed to have boarded the train from Lucknow, and the mob then thrashed him for nearly half-an-hour and threw him out. His mutilated body was later found on the track. He had a deep wound on his head and one of his legs was severed.
Dubey was arrested at Bareilly railway station by GRP constables Satyaveer Singh, Lokendra Singh and Naushad Ali following an FIR registered under IPC section 302 (murder) on the complaint of one of them.
SHO (GRP-Bareilly) Vinod Kumar said, “The FIR has been registered in Bareilly. But the incident was reported in Tilhar area of Shahjahanpur district. Hence, we’ve transferred the case to Tilhar police station.”
SHO of Tilhar police station, Rajkumar Sharma, meanwhile, told TOI: “Autopsy report stated that he died of antemortem injuries. We have taken the viral video into consideration and more names may be added to the list of accused following a thorough investigation. The accused man has been sent to jail.”
Sharma added, “Despite all our efforts, we are unable to identify the victim… We have shared his picture in nearby districts and expect to get some results soon”.





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