Railway Protection Force (RPF) came as a savior for a man who failed to catch his moving train. A video has surfaced the Internet in which a man can be seen struggling to board a moving train and got slipped while catching the train.
Thanks to RPF personnel who saved the life of the man and also from a mishap.
The rescue video is doing the round on the micro-blogging site and also Railway Ministry took the video on the official Twitter handle.
“A passenger tried to board moving 12915 Ashram Exp. at Ahmedabad Station but he slipped and was about to fall in between platform & train. He was promptly pushed back into the coach by the RPF staff. HOWEVER FIT AND SMART YOU ARE, PL. DONT TRY TO ENTRAIN/DETRAIN A MOVING TRAIN,” Ministry of Railways captioned.
See the video:
A passenger tried to board moving 12915 Ashram Exp. at Ahmedabad Station but he slipped and was about to fall in between platform & train. He was promptly pushed back into the coach by the RPF staff. HOWEVER FIT AND SMART YOU ARE, PL. DONT TRY TO ENTRAIN/DETRAIN A MOVING TRAIN pic.twitter.com/TwIgK95ZIs— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) September 24, 2019
In the video, the man is seen rushing towards the moving Delhi-bound train at Ahmedabad station. Although the train was moving at a slow pace, he slipped accidentally while trying to board it. As per the visuals, the man hanging on to the handrails and just saved from a fatal accident.
It was his good luck that two RPF officers immediately rushed to help him and prevert him falling in the gap between train and platform.
Social media users are applauding the two officers while slamming the passenger from violating the rules and urging to penalise him.
#RPF this policeman's are real hero 😘— DEBABRATA MONDAL (@DM_debabrata_) September 24, 2019
Thanks, RPF 🙏— PK (@iPkoppula) September 24, 2019
Should have stopped the train and pulled him up with a fine.
That was a narrow escape. I never do such things and also ask people to not do anything stupid.— Shivam Shukla (@this_is_shivam) September 24, 2019
Reach the station 20-30 minutes prior to the departure of the train, these things won't happen.
bach gaya very close those RPF staff had a great presence of mind— K G Surendran (@surendrankol) September 24, 2019
Meanwhile, the video has garnered over 140K views and over 12K likes.
Do not attempt such steps while catching your train.