Pregnant woman pushed off moving train suffers miscarriage


Team Udayavani, Dec 20, 2018, 6:34 PM IST

Bengaluru: In a shocking incident, a seven-month pregnant woman was pushed out of Bengaluru bound Kondaveedu Express near Dharmavaram, as the result she suffered a miscarriage and is undergoing treatment at a private hospital.

The incident took place on Tuesday, December 18 when Divyasri (24),  was going to Bangalore along with her mother-in-law to her husband’s house. Her husband Srinivas Karnati works as a software engineer in Bengaluru. One week ago, the couple had visited Piduguralla, Kavitha’s native and three days ago, Srinivas went back to Bengaluru.

It is gathered that Divyasri was returning from the washroom when the train slowed down at Gollapalli, suddenly an unidentified person standing at the door pushed her out of the train, he too jumped out of the train and assaulted her and snatched the gold jewellery on her body. 

Though Divyasri was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, doctors revealed that she suffered a miscarriage, informed sources.

A case has been registered and the police have identified some suspects based on the CCTV camera footage from the railway stations. 

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