For the first time in the history of Indian Railways, an express train has run nonstop to rescue a three-year-old girl from kidnapper. The special thing is that the train was stopped at the station after 260 km, when the security forces had made full preparations to save the girl.
The case is of Lalitpur district of Uttar Pradesh. Asha Rackwar, a resident of Azadpura in the district, visited the Lalitpur GRP police station at 6:30 pm on Sunday evening and informed that her 3-year-old girl Kavya was playing outside the house at 11 am. Then suddenly disappeared while playing. After this, the RPF posted there saw the footage of the CCTV camera installed at the station and in it, a young man is seen keeping Kavya in the lap and boarded Rapti Sagar Express train going towards Bhopal.
The matter was immediately reported to the control room of Bhopal station. In the meantime, requested not to stop the train somewhere before Bhopal, because if the train stops, the kidnapper may run away with the girl. On this, the railway ran the train nonstop between Lalitpur to Bhopal. As the train stopped at Bhopal station, the security forces caught kidnapper. On the other hand, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal praised this entire development. He said that the monitoring being extended in the railways is bringing pleasant results.
Here mother Asha reached Bhopal with her family. Asha Rackwar told on the phone from Bhopal that she is living in Azadpura in a rented house in her father’s native place Lalitpur. Her husband works in Gwalior. GRP Police officer Arvind Kumar Saroj told that the girl has been recovered in Bhopal and the kidnaper youth is being interrogated.