Two Boys Saved A 5 Yo Girl From Jumping Off The Train, Felicitated By Her Father In Army

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Two Boys Saved A 5 Yo Girl From Jumping Off The Train, Felicitated By Her Father In Army

Two brave boys saved a 5 years old girl and avoided a major accident that was about to happen in Dadar. According to the report of Mid Day which says the girl was an Army man’s daughter who was about to fall from the train and the two teenagers saw her and come to rescue.

On Saturday morning, the 37 years old Rupesh Sharman Rai was going out with his family to visit their relatives where his wife and daughter boarded the fast-moving train and other three members were left behind and couldn’t catch the train. As a result, the lady also fell from the train while deboarding and her daughter also tried to do the same but before it happened the boys caught the baby girl and saved her life and any mishap to happen.

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It is always told that no one should try to catch the moving train so that such blunders wouldn’t happen. Always keep in mind guys, no boarding on the moving train. Whatever you do, always keep in mind that your children are also watching you and in future, maybe they try to imitate you.

Rai and his family are posted in Colaba’s Navy Nagar and they took a local from Churchgate to reach Dadar and went on the wrong platform. Speaking to Mid Day, the army man said, “While we all were waiting for the train, a passenger on the platform informed us about taking a fast train from platform number 4 and getting off at Neral. Upon hearing this, we all hurried towards platform 4 after which the train had arrived.”

The boys named Ismail Siraj Sheikh and Mohammed Taufiq Tayyeb Sheikh saved the young girl Saisha. Speaking to mid-day, Rupesh said, “I have no words to thank those angels. They literally snatched my daughter from the jaws of death.” Although a few minutes later, train’s chain was pulled and stopped by the motorman at Matunga railway station.

Later, the Ismail and Taufiq were awarded by the army man and Dadar GRP family who were glad that they could save the girl.

To avoid such happenings, Union Minister of Railway and Coal Piyush Goyal tweeted and announced that blue lights were installed so that when the train started no one tries to board on it.

Published by Soniya Kaur on 16 Jan 2019

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