Aligarh : On Wednesday, on the information of bomb in Dakshin Express, the train was stopped at Mathura Junction, although no suspicious object was found after checking all the coaches. On investigation about the person who informed about the bomb, it was found that the location of the number from which the information was given is from Ghaziabad. Harvinder Singh, a resident of Morena, has been arrested by the GRP in this incident.
Dakshin Express went patient in Mathura on the information of bomb
On Wednesday, there was a stir due to the information about the presence of a bomb in the South Express train. The train was stopped at Mathura railway station. GRP, RPF, Dog Squad, Civil Police conducted a joint checking operation in the train. Each item was checked. The train was stopped for about 3 hours. When no objectionable material was found in the investigation, the train was sent to Jhansi. It is being told that an unknown person had informed the railway control room that a bomb was placed in the Dakshin Express train going from Delhi to Jhansi. There was a stir and the train was stopped at Mathura station and a thorough search was conducted.
Harvinder Singh, a resident of Morena, arrested
Harvinder Singh, a resident of Rithorkalan in Morena district, had given false information. When the police traced the informer’s number, its location was found in Ghaziabad. The entire matter came to light after Harvinder was arrested. During interrogation, Harvinder told that he had gone to Punjab for some work. He had to return to Morena by Dakshin Express in train number 12722 on 19th. He already had reservation in Dakshin Express. Due to drinking alcohol in Delhi, he mistakenly boarded some other train. When the TTE present in that train told him, he got down at Ghaziabad. After that, false information was given on the railway helpline that there was a bomb in Dakshin Express. In this case, legal action is being taken by the GRP against the accused Harvinder Singh.