Threat to burn special train from Ayodhya ; One of the gang of four has been arrested

Bengaluru: After visiting the Ram Temple in Ayodhya, a train with passengers arrived at the Hospet railway station in Karnataka was threatened with burning. One of the gang was arrested.

The threat was made at 8 pm on Thursday night. When the Ayodhya-Mysuru special train reached Hospet station, a group of four youths tried to board the coach reserved for Ayodhya passengers. But when the passengers stopped this, there was a verbal argument between them. In the meantime, the youth threatened that the train was not your father’s property and would burn it, the complaint said.

Meanwhile, to solve the problem, the police officer on the spot allowed the youths to travel in another bogie and the passengers got off the train and started protesting. They wanted to arrest the youth. When the BJP workers and Bajrang Dal workers came to the spot after learning about the incident, there was a possibility of conflict.

Vijayanagara SP Srihari Babu, who reached the railway station after getting the information, assured that he would file an FIR and arrest the youths, and the passengers agreed to continue their journey in the train. Meanwhile, three youths ran away from the spot. The police also informed that one person has been arrested.