Faridabad: A Travelling Ticket Examiner (TTE) was allegedly pushed out of a moving train by some youths near here, police said today.
TTE Premchand Meena was pushed out of the Dehradun express by some youths late last night near here, police said.
"The TTE was rushed to nearby Fortis Escorts Hospital by the locals and the railway authorities were informed later by the Hospital staff," said Inspector Deshraj Yadav, SHO of GRP Faridabad.
The train continued with its journey, as neither the driver nor the guard knew about the incident, Yadav said.
Meena has suffered fracture on his ribs, shoulders and also injuries on other body parts but he is out of danger, the SHO informed.
Meena, while talking to PTI said that he was checking the tickets of the passengers in the sleeper coach of the train when six youth boarded the train from Hazrat Nizamuddin.
In the course of checking the tickets of all the passengers the train reached Faridabad.
Out of the six youth five were having tickets from Hazrat Nizamuddin to Mathura while the sixth one requested him to allot a seat and make a ticket for him as he was without ticket.
Meena said that there are no seats available in the train and the group of youth asked him to come near the gate to talk further in this regard.
On reaching near the door, which was open at that time, he was pushed out of the train, narrated Meena.
Regarding the reason behind his being pushed out of the train, Meena said that he didn?t have any argument with the six youth.
However, he said that these youth might be related to a person whom he got arrested at Mathura about three days back for not having ticket.
He also recalled that about three years back he got three men arrested at Hazrat Nizamuddin Station for ticketless travel.
The SHO said that a case has been registered and the police have started investigations.
The investigations would also be include the detail of those arrested at Mathura in the last few days, said the Officer.