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Bajrang men pull out four from train

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Published : Jun 14, 2017, 1:15 am IST
Updated : Jun 14, 2017, 1:15 am IST

Soon, the saffron activists trooped to the Satna railway station and pulled the four women out of the station.

A police team and tehsildar B.K. Mishra rushed to the spot following the reports of Bajrang Dal activists storming the train. (Representational image)
 A police team and tehsildar B.K. Mishra rushed to the spot following the reports of Bajrang Dal activists storming the train. (Representational image)

Bhopal: Bajrang Dal activists on Tuesday pulled four women out of a train at the Satna railway station in Madhya Pradesh, alleging they were being trafficked for religious conversion, the police said.

According to the police, the four women passengers, said to be the residents of Bihar, were travelling in Kshipra Express to Bhopal to get admission in a coaching centre to learn English.

However, some passengers, who were travelling with them alerted Satna district Bajrang Dal leaders after learning they were allegedly being taken to Bhopal by a nun for the religious conversion.

Soon, the saffron activists trooped to the Satna railway station and pulled the four women out of the station.

A police team and tehsildar B.K. Mishra rushed to the spot following the reports of Bajrang Dal activists storming the train.

“The four women have been taken to the district collector’s office where they are being interrogated by the police to find out if they were actually being taken to Bhopal for religious conversion,” an official said.

Tags: bajrang dal, pulled four women
Location: India, Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal