RPF constable forced Muslim woman to chant 'Jai Mata Di' after killing others: GRPtext_fields
Mumbai: On the dreadful night after killing four individuals, including one of his seniors, Railway Protection Force (RPF) Constable Chetansinh Chaudhary was found to have pointed his gun at a burqa-clad woman, demanding that she chant 'Jai Mata Di'.
The Government Railway Police (GRP), which is investigating the cold-blooded murder of three Muslim passengers - Abdul Kadar Mohamed Hussain Bhanpurawala, Syed Saifuddin, and Asgar Abbas Sheikh, subsequent to the killing of Assistant Sub-Inspector Tikaram Meena, has stated that they have recorded the statement of the woman.
Investigations have revealed that Chaudhary, after allegedly killing his senior, Assistant Sub-Inspector Tikaram Meena, and three passengers, embarked on to instil fear.
A burqa-clad woman passenger in coach B-3 became the target of his hate-fuelled actions. Authorities have identified the woman and recorded her statement, making her a key witness in the case. Surveillance footage from CCTV cameras within the train captured the entire ordeal.
The chilling incident took a nightmarish turn when Chaudhary reportedly held the woman at gunpoint and coerced her into saying, "Jai Mata Di" – a religious slogan. The woman complied, but as she questioned his identity, Chaudhary's threats escalated. He warned her not to touch his weapon and threatened her life if she dared to do so.
A purported video shows Chaudhary standing near the body of one of his victims, boasting bigotry with the statement, 'If you want to vote and stay in Hindustan, I would say, give votes to Modi and Yogi.' His voice sample has been confirmed to match the voice in these clips. In another video, he can be heard attributing the violence to external forces and expressing divisive political sentiments.