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Delhi woman jumped from the platform was saved as the sari stuck between the sliding door of Metro

Moitrish Majumdar,  Kolkata:

Due to the loss of a sari in the Delhi Metro train, a woman came on life, she suffered a head injury but her life was saved. The incident took place when the woman's sari got trapped in the door …


Moitrish Majumdar,  Kolkata:

Due to the loss of a sari in the Delhi Metro train, a woman came on life, she suffered a head injury but her life was saved. The incident took place when the woman's sari got trapped in the door of the train and the metro train started running. Because of that, she is clinging to the women's platform.

This accident happened at the Moti Nagar Metro Station on the Blue Line. Where the 40-year-old Gita had gone with her daughter to go to Moti Nagar from Nawaja on a metro train. When the metro train reached Moti Nagar Metro Station. Then Geeta and her daughter landed from the train, but the Gita Saree was trapped in a coach of the metro train and the train started running.

Gita could not be sustained when the Metro train was running. She fell on the platform and walked on the platform. Because of which he has a head injury. Woman's husband, Jagdish Prasad, told that a trainer stopped the train to stop the train, then the train stopped and Geeta's life was saved.

According to reports his Gita and daughter were traveling in Naviada from Mawati Nagar to Nagar. When they both landed at Moti Nagar station, her Saree was trapped in the closed door of the coach. Because of that, she jumped some distance on the platform. But after the train stopped, her life survived.

Gita, who got injured in the head, has been taken to the ashram for treatment. Where he is being treated. One thing was clear from this incident that women who travel in the metro wearing saris need to be alert when leaving the coach

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