This video is becoming quite viral on social media.

Mumbai:

Often heart-wrenching incidents happen on the railway platform.

That's why people are always being instructed to be alert.

But despite this, many times such incidents happen, due to which people's lives are made.

This is the reason why passengers are often victims of accidents on railway platforms.

Now one such video has surfaced.

In which it is clearly visible that a passenger survived the accident at Wadala railway station in Mumbai.

Fortunately, RPF constable Netrapal Singh saved the life of the passenger in time.

The video of this incident is becoming increasingly viral on social media as well.

It can be seen in the viral video that a passenger falls while boarding a moving train.

As soon as the passenger falls on the platform, the RPF constable immediately pulls him out and escorts him safely.

The flamboyant action of the RPF officer was captured in the CCTV camera of the railway station.

In the caption of the video, Central Railway wrote, 'Timely action taken by RPF constable Netrapal Singh saved the life of a passenger who slipped and fell at Wadala station.

Watch the video here-

Timely act of RPF constable Netrapal Singh, saved the life of a passenger who slipped and fell down while boarding the running local train at Vadala station.

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Passengers are requested not to board/de-board a moving train.@RailMinIndiapic.twitter.com/EWADfwwpMW

— Central Railway (@Central_Railway) March 13, 2022

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The video of this incident has also been shared by Central Railway itself with its social media handle.

After the release of the video, the RPF jawan who saved the life of the passenger is being praised everywhere.

Despite constant persuasion from the railways, people risk their lives and try to board or alight from the moving train, due to which many times such dangerous accidents happen, in which human lives are lost. Is.


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