Two real sisters died after being hit by a train due to wearing ‘ear phones’, third missing

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Agra. Two real sisters died after being hit by a train in Barhan police station area of ​​Agra for allegedly wearing earphones in their ears, while their third sister is still missing. Police gave this information on Friday. Inspector Rajiv Raghav, in-charge of Barhan police station, said that the three real sisters were returning home after listening to Bhagwat late at night. He said that two sisters died after being hit by the Arunachal Superfast train on the Delhi-Howrah railway track late Thursday night near village Nagla Chhabila.

Police said that mobile earphones were found in the ears of both the dead bodies. Police suspect that because she was wearing ear phones, she might not have heard the sound of the train and she got hit by the train. Police have found a mobile on the railway track. Police are gathering information about the third girl.

Raghav told that when the local people saw the dead bodies on the track, they informed the police. The dead bodies have been identified as Kiran (22 years) and Sarita (20 years), daughter of Mahesh Valmiki, resident of Gohila village. Family members told the police that the three sisters Kiran, Sarita and Shivani (18 years) had gone together to listen to Bhagwat Katha. Police is searching for Shivani.

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