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Manipuri youth pushed to death from running train

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A Manipuri Youth was pushed from a running train in Andhra Pradesh by unknown miscreants, another two Manipuri youths who went along with him at the same train reportedly escaped from the clutch of the miscreants. 
According to a reliable source, Md. Azad Khan (34) s/o Md Meino Ipham of Kwakta Khuman in Bishnupur district was pushed out from a moving train in Andhra Pradesh by the miscreants.
Speaking to Imphal Times, Head Constable of RPF Vishakhapatnam Railway Station, Shyamchand said that Md. Azad Khan was found seriously injured on the rail track near Santosh Nagar village about 15 km from Vishakhapatnam Railway station. He said they immediately evacuated the injured to KJH Govt. Hospital in Vishakhapatnam but succumbed to injury on Wednesday. He further added that relatives and family members of the deceased were informed about his death on the same evening. When asked if the youth was attacked or pushed out of the train the RPF head constable said that they had no idea of how he fall out of the train.
But according to two of his friends who went along with him, they were attacked by miscreants and Md. Azad Khan was pushed out of the running train while they managed to escape. Kiraat Khan Hafiz (28), s/o Md Jallaruddin of Kwakta Khuman and Md Abdul Malik (20), s/o Md Abdul Qadir of Kwakta Khuman who went along with the deceased have now reached Bangalore.
When the family members inquires about the incidents, the two persons said that they were attacked by some miscreants after they identified that they are Manipuris. They said they escaped from the hands of the miscreants but Md. Azad Khan was pushed out from the running train.
The trio was on their way to Bangalore when the incident happened. They boarded the train from Guwahati on September 7.
Interestingly, the incident happened days after Bihar Politician Pappu Yadav threatened to pull down Manipuris from running trains. The statement which was reported at most of the daily newspapers received severe criticism from all the people of the state including the Biharis living in Manipur.
In connection with the killing of the youth, a public meeting was held today at Kwakta Community Hall in Bishnupur district. Speakers on the occasion condemn the killing of the youth and urged the concerned authority to arrest the culprits involved in the killing of the youths. 

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