A Authorities Railway Police (GRP) crew on Tuesday recreated the crime scene contained in the Jaipur-Mumbai Central Superfast Categorical at a automobile shed right here as a part of their probe into the July 31 capturing by an RPF constable who allegedly killed his senior officer and three passengers within the shifting prepare, stated an official.
The GRP crew from the Borivali Railway Police Station went to Mumbai Central automobile shed the place the prepare was parked and visited the coaches the place the killings had taken place, he stated.
Prime witnesses and senior Railway Safety Power (RPF) officers had been current when the crime scene was recreated, stated the official.
Nonetheless, RPF constable Chetan Singh, accused of gunning down his senior, Assistant Sub-Inspector Tikaram Meena, and three passengers travelling in numerous bogies of the Mumbai-bound prepare together with his automated weapon was not current through the train, he stated.
Singh (34) is at the moment within the GRP’s custody.
Whereas in search of extension of Singh’s police remand, the GRP, of their utility on Monday, had instructed the court docket they needed to take the accused to the crime spot.
The probe crew has obtained CCTV footage from the prepare and was inspecting them to get extra details about the grotesque killings, whose motive was not but clear.
The crew has additionally recorded statements of eyewitnesses, he stated.
The capturing passed off within the wee hours of Monday final (July 31) when the Jaipur-Mumbai Central Superfast Categorical was close to Palghar station on the outskirts of the monetary capital.
Singh was arrested together with his weapon later whereas attempting to flee after passengers pulled the chain of the prepare which stopped close to Mira Street station (on the Mumbai suburban community).
The deceased passengers had been recognized as Abdul Kadarbhai Mohammed Hussain Bhanpurwala (48), a resident of Nalasopara in Palghar district, Asgar Abbas Sheikh (48), a local of Madhubani in Bihar and Sayyad Saifuddin, initially from Bidar in Karnataka who had settled in Hyderabad.
The Railway Board has arrange a five-member committee to individually probe the incident.
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