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Andhra Pradesh youth falls from train under mysterious circumstances

A 22-year-old son of a temple priest fell out of a running train near Obulapuram village in Kadapa district early Monday, while returning from darshan at Tirumala Temple. 

Published: 01st May 2017 04:03 PM  |   Last Updated: 01st May 2017 04:03 PM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

ANANTAPUR: A 22-year-old son of a temple priest fell out of a running train near Obulapuram village in Kadapa district early Monday, while returning from darshan at Tirumala Temple. 

Whether he fell or was pushed has not yet been ascertained.

J Giri Prasad, from Chintakunta village in Anantapur district was travelling in Kolhapur bound Haripriya Express from Tirupati on Sunday evening. He reportedly had an argument with the TTE post midnight following which he fell of the train at Obulavaripalli.

Railway gangman on the route had reportedly found him and shifted him to Tadipatri Hospital, and later to Kurnool government hospital after getting first aid. His condition was reported to be serious.



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