Thiruvananthapuram: It is learned that the notorious thief Akshar Baghse was involved in a robbery on the Nizamuddin-Thiruvananthapuram Express. Vijayalakshmi, a resident of Thiruvalla, has identified the robber as a passenger in a train coach. RPF in Tamil Nadu He was identified from pictures sent by officials. With this, the police suspect that the accessory bag was behind the robbery of the previous day.
Akshar Baghesh is a man who has been involved in train robberies in Erode and Salem areas of Tamil Nadu. Robbery is the act of mixing drugs in the diet. He has been arrested by the police in some cases earlier.
Meanwhile, the victim Vijayalakshmi said that they bought food from Erode. After buying food and putting it on the seat, he went to wash his hands with his daughter. This time the suspect was in the seat next to him. They said they did not see him when he washed his hands and fainted near Coimbatore. Vijayalakshmi complained that she had lost more than 15 pawans of gold and two mobile phones. She said she and her daughter lost the gold and jewelery they had kept in their pockets.
Vijayalakshmi from Thiruvalla, her daughter Anjali and Kausalya from Tamil Nadu were robbed on the Nizamuddin-Thiruvananthapuram Express. Kausalya’s earrings and mobile phone were stolen. They were in the coach next door.
The information about the robbery came to light when the train reached Thiruvananthapuram Central station on Sunday morning. Police and authorities rushed the three women to the hospital after they were found unconscious on the train. It was only after they regained consciousness that the information that the robbery had taken place was confirmed.
Vijayalakshmi and her daughter, who lives in Delhi, returned home to attend a wedding. Both had to get off at Kayamkulam station. Kausalya had boarded a train from Delhi to Aluva. All three were found unconscious after consuming food mixed with drugs.
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