Bhopal: Man who was left on railway tracks to die, comes back from Coma- tells all story

A man, whose body was found on the Bhopal-Bina railway track, has now come out of a coma after 56 days. He was being treated for over 50 days and now, he has totally regained consciousness. He was discharged from the hospital eight days ago.

He narrated a terrible incident that happened to him and the matter reached to the police. He told his family that he was brutally attacked by his friends and left him unconscious on the railway track.

However, the police suspect his story. The investigation is underway. The body was found on the Bhopal-Bina railway track on July 19. Police inspector Manish Bhadauria in Vidisha got the information about the dead body.

When Mr. Bhadauria reached the spot with policemen, he noticed that there was no lifeless physique on the monitor however a young man was mendacity in a dying state. They took him to the hospital where he was treated and he remained in a coma for about 30 days.

The victim was identified as Suresh, a resident of Sanjay Colony Mandibamora. Gajraj Kushwaha is his father. After coming out of the coma, the young man was discharged from the hospital eight days ago. 

Suresh told that on the day of the incident his friend named Anshul Yadav came to take him. From Mandibamora, he took him to the Nawal Singh Kushwaha’s house in Gudawal village in Kurwai tehsil of Vidisha district. Apart from Naval, Panna Kushwaha was also present there. They were drunk and started beating him. They then threw the victim on the track, the victim said. The police are now investigating the incident.

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