Mumbai: Woman assaulted in crowded local train, three woman bite commuter held


A woman commuter aged around 26-year-old has alleged that she was assaulted by three other women commuters while travelling on the slow local from Nalasopara to Bandra.

The episode happened on Saturday morning. The complainant, Prabha Parbhudeva, who has now recorded a protestation with the Vasai GRP, told the cops that the ladies needed to stand where she was standing — close to the footboard in the prepare. She includes that while other ladies in the compartment attempted to stop the trio, notwithstanding pulling the chain, they didn’t succeed.

At the point when the train chugged into Bhayander station, every one of the ladies ventured out of the compartment and on to the stage and began yelling. It was this that pulled in the consideration of the RPF and GRP, who went to the spot. The cops then grabbed the three denounced alongside Parbhudeva who were then taken to the police headquarters.

Sources said that Parbhudeva and the three blamed — recognized as Azida Bibi (30), Tanuja Bibi (38) and Mashuda (36) — boarded the prepare at Nalasopara. Because of the surge, the complainant couldn’t go inside the compartment and the three blamed attempted to make space for themselves close to the footboard. They then began pushing the complainant and a battle followed. The complainant says the other ladies then began beating her, holding her hair, punching her on the mid-section and belly and they additionally bit her on the hands.

Parbhudeva, an inhabitant of Nalasopara, has been filling in as a babysitter in Goregaon (East). She was en route to work at the time. The denounced additionally live in Nalasopara. “Parbhudeva was draining when we saw her,” said worker Deepa Verma, including, “The three ladies were getting into mischief in a running train. Anybody remaining close to the entryway could have tumbled off.”