Nepalese Youth Poisoned At Prayagraj Railway Junction Sent Safely Home By Social Workers
Prayagraj, July 11 (TNA) A Nepali youth who became a victim of poisoning at Prayagraj railway junction has been sent to his country with the help of the Nepali society in the city and social workers. The Nepali youth who reached Swarooprani Nehru Hospital after being poisoned at Prayagraj Junction, was discharged from the hospital by the people of Nepali society through the police.
They then arranged for his return to his homeland by collecting money and making necessary arrangements.
He got down at Prayagraj Junction to have something to eat on June 30 and was later found lying unconscious outside Prayagraj Junction. On the basis of the documents found with him, the police reached there and identified him as Haridev (34) s/o Ramkishan resident of Ward No. 5 Garjana, Municipality Tirha, Nepal.
When he regained consciousness during treatment at Swarooprani Nehru Hospital, he told that he had come to India with seven of his companions. Here he was going to Ahmedabad, Gujarat in search of a job by catching a train from Bihar.
The train was going via Prayagraj. He got down at Prayagraj Junction to have some food and drink. There he was fed some intoxicant. Due to which he started feeling dizzy. After that he doesn't remember anything. The Civil Lines Police had admitted him to Swarooprani Nehru Hospital in an unconscious state. Nothing was known about his house.
Because of which outpost incharge Swarooprani Nehru Hospital Sanjay Gupta contacted social worker Mohammad Arif. Mo. Arif has been working for a long time to identify the unknown and missing people and to reunite them with their loved ones. Mohammad Arif informed about this to Khimanand Nevpane, Central Vice President of Prayagraj Nepali Samaj through his contact. Khimanand Nevpane, Om Bahadur and Rohit Rana along with their colleagues reached Swarooprani Nehru Hospital on Monday afternoon.