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Updated January 1st, 2024 at 14:18 IST

Denied entry inside train, angry railway passengers sit on railway track in Gurugram

As per PTI News agency, angry passengers caused the train to stop for about '30 minutes.'

Tanisha Rajput
Indian railways trains
Representational image of an Indian Railways train | Image:PTI/Representational
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Gurugram: Railway passengers bound for Khatu Shyam Temple in Rajasthan sat on track on Monday in Gurugram after they witnessed an overcrowded train and were shut out by the passengers sitting inside the coach.

Police officials said that the incident happened around 8.10 pm Sunday, December 31, when the Chetak Express – Delhi Sarai Rohilla to Udaipur City — arrived at platform 1 of Gurugram Railway Station in an overcrowded state.

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As per PTI News agency, angry passengers caused the train to stop for about '30 minutes' and agreed to clear the track after they had a word with the railway station administration and police.

Sheotaj Singh, inspector, SHO,  Government Railway Police Station, Gurugram, said, "The passengers created a ruckus and even stopped the train but the train departed at 8.40 pm after they were pacified."

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This comes as the passengers sitting inside the train refused to open the doors for the newcomers to get on board.

(With PTI inputs)
 

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Published January 1st, 2024 at 14:18 IST

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