Bangladeshi passenger dies in Maitree Express

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After boarding the Maitree Express on his way home, a passenger from Bangladesh became unwell and passed away. This caused a two-hour delay in the train this morning. Railway reports report that the deceased passenger’s name is Salim Mehmood (65).

The traveller arrived in Kolkata a few days earlier for medical attention and was leaving for Bangladesh, according to the train police stationed at the Kolkata station. After passing through border control and getting aboard the train, the traveller became ill. He had diarrhoea and vomiting. He was taken urgently to Kolkata’s RG Kar Medical College and Hospital. There, the doctors pronounced him dead. Shahnaz Panna is the name of his relative. This collision occurred on the way home following treatment, he claimed.

Maitree Express, which was scheduled to leave Kolkata at 7.10am was delayed after Salim fell ill. He had to be rushed to the hospital. That is why the train left Kolkata two hours later than the scheduled time.

It is worth mentioning that many patients from Bangladesh came to Kolkata for treatment on the train. Keeping that in mind, the administration quickly arranged to send the old man to the hospital.

Imperial Hospital Sylhet

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