A shocking incident has come to light this morning in Byappanahalli, Bengaluru. The body of a man aged about 45 years was found hanging in a compartment of a train going from Mysuru to Karaikal in Tamil Nadu. Let us tell you that the police has not yet received any information about the cause of the person’s death. According to the information, this incident took place at Sir M Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal located in Byappanahalli. After this incident, this compartment was separated from the rest of the coaches of the train and the train was sent to its destination with a delay of 3 hours.
A passenger gave this information
According to the information received from the Railway Police, a passenger informed the railway staff about this incident at 7 am in the morning, after which this incident came to light. Please note that Mysuru Karaikal Express is a completely unreserved train. This train reached Bengaluru from Mysuru at 2 midnight and was standing on platform number 5 of the terminal. At 7 in the morning, when a passenger boarded this train, he saw the dead body hanging from the fan of the coach.
Could not be identified yet
According to the information received from the police, this person committed suicide around 3 to 3.30 in the morning when this compartment was completely empty. Since it was an unreserved coach, the deceased passenger has not been identified, although a ticket was found in his pocket which showed that he had traveled from Thrissur in Kerala to Bengaluru on January 16. An alert has been sent to all branches of Railway Police including Kerala Police to identify this dead person. Meanwhile, the body of the deceased person has been sent to the government hospital in CV Raman Nagar.
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