Woman’s severed hands and feet found in polythene in train at Yog Nagari railway station in Rishikesh

Rishikesh. Woman’s severed hands and feet were found in black polythene in a train at Yog Nagari railway station. It is being told that other parts of the said woman’s body were found in a train in Indore. Indore Railway Police has registered a case against unknown persons on the charge of murdering the woman. However, the woman has not been identified yet. According to Indore Railway Police, the age of the deceased woman is around 25 years.

On Monday, there was a stir at Yog Nagari railway station Rishikesh when a woman’s severed hands and feet (hands below the elbow with nail polish and two feet) were found in a black polythene during the washing of a train. Inspector in-charge of GRP Dehradun, Trivendra Singh Rana said that Ujjaini Express reaches the station at 7 pm on Sunday. When the train was being washed on Monday at around 12 noon, the workers saw a black polythene near the toilet between two sleeper coaches which was emitting a foul smell. The workers informed the railway police about this. When the police reached the spot and opened the polythene, they found chopped hands and feet in it. There was nail polish on the nails of the hands and bangles on the wrists. Which made it clear that the said body parts belonged to a woman. SHO Rana told that the said train starts from Laxmibai Nagar Madhya Pradesh ahead of Indore. Therefore, he talked to Indore GRP SHO Sanjay Shukla in this regard. Sanjay Shukla told him that on June 9, a dead body of a woman was found under the seat in another train in Indore. In which the hands and feet were chopped off. The age of that woman is also around 25 years. In this regard, a murder case has also been registered against an unknown person in Indore Railway Police Station. SHO GRP Dehradun Rana told that a team was called for forensic examination of the said body parts. DNA of the body parts will be taken. The organs have been sent to AIIMS mortuary. He said that Indore is in touch with GRPF in this matter and full cooperation is being given.

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