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Chennai cop jumps out of moving train to change coach, prevents rape bid on woman

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A Railway Protection Force constable on Monday night overpowered a man who was trying to sexually assault a 25-year-old woman on an MRTS train and rescued the victim. The accused, identified as 26-year-old S Satyaraj, was later arrested by the Government Railway Police before a court sent him to jail.

RPF constable K
Shivaji, another constable and subinspector S Subbiah, who made up a night patrol squad, were travelling on a train from Velachery to Chennai Beach when they heard screams from the adjacent women’s coach around 11.45pm, just as the train pulled out of Chintadripet station, a police officer said.

Since MRTS trains don’t have a vestibule where one can travel from one coach to another, Shivaji waited till the train slowed down before
Park Town, the next halt. Even as the train was rolling on to the platform, the constable jumped out and rushed to the neighbouring coach and found Satyaraj trying to assault the woman. He pushed him away and rescued the woman, officials said.

The other members of Shivaji’s team arrived and found the woman unconscious. Her lips were bleeding and her clothes had been torn. They called for an ambulance and rushed her to Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital, where doctors said her condition is stable.

Activists and lawyers noted that the attempted assault, shocking as it was, again exposed the vulnerability of passengers, particularly women, on MRTS trains and at stations, most of which are deserted late at night.

We also see real heroes at times in the world of reel Heroes...
Travel is becoming unsafe for women! :sad:

Previously, the worry was only about the cash and gold belonging to them, being snatched away by thieves!

Now, their 'honour' is also at risk! Very sad state of affairs. :pout:

Kudos to that police man! :clap2:
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