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UP: Woman Injured As She Jumps From Train to Escape Harassment

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A 25-year-old woman from Delhi was seriously injured when she allegedly jumped out of a moving train to escape harassment from two youths who were eve-teasing her and trying to snatch her bag.

According to Government Railway Police, the incident occurred near Shamli railway station yesterday when the girl, a resident of Mukherjee Nagar, was travelling with her two brothers on Ajmer-Haridwar Express from Delhi to Haridwar.

The victim's brothers, Vikas and Ankit, said that she jumped out of the train when the unidentified youths started misbehaving with her. The youths also snatched her bag and fled.

The injured woman was rushed to Shamli hospital. Later she was referred to a Delhi hospital in serious condition.

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OUTLOOK 30 August, 2014
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