Maharashtra: Youth going to become Agniveer dies after being cut by train
Maharashtra: Youth going to become Agniveer dies after being cut by train

Mumbai: The process of recruitment under the new scheme Agnipath brought by the Central Government for recruitment in the Indian Army has started. The recruitment process under the Agnipath scheme is also underway in the Mumbra area of Thane in Maharashtra. Meanwhile, a painful accident has happened. In fact, a young man who had come to join the recruitment issued under the Agnipath scheme died after being hit by a train. The young man, who died after being hit by a train, had come to give an interview for recruitment under the Agnipath scheme.

According to the information, 22-year-old Rameshwar Bharat Devere, a resident of Dhule, had come to Thane. He was at Mumbra station in Thane when suddenly his health deteriorated and he started vomiting. He ran towards the railway track to vomit. Rameshwar Bharat Devere, who ran towards the railway track to vomit, did not look around. Meanwhile, the train came on that track and was hit by the train. The train also left, crushing Rameshwar Bharat Devere. Rameshwar was lying on the railway track in a pool of blood in an injured state. The people present at the railway station immediately informed the police about the accident.

As soon as the incident was reported, the police of Loh Marg police station in Thane district reached the spot. The policemen rushed Rameshwar to a hospital for immediate treatment where doctors declared him brought dead. The incident is said to have taken place around 11 pm on Wednesday, September 21. The entire incident was caught on a CCTV camera.

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