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Western Railway's 'Yamraj' Saves Lives Instead Of Taking Them

To deal with rampant trespassing accidents, Western Railway has employed their very own Yamraj to carry away people found crossing tracks.

Trespassing on train tracks is dangerous; everyone knows this, but no one seems to care. Apparently, the situation got bad enough for the God of Death himself to step in.

Andheri and Malad, two stations especially (in)famous for trespassers, have deployed a Western Police Force jawan dressed as Yamraj to pick up trespassers and carry them away to safety. Not lacking a sense of humour or dramatics, the jawan says, “Jo bhi patri cross karega usse utha hi leke jaunga," before letting out a laugh befitting none other than the Hindu God.

The initiative met appreciation and laughs on Twitter, plus some concern for the mighty Yamraj's own safety on the unforgiving railway tracks. While not whisking away trespassers, he can also be seen spreading awareness about the danger of crossing tracks.

Well, you know what they say; "Beta, train tracks mat cross karna, varna Yamraj utha ke le jaayega."

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Western Railway's 'Yamraj' Saves Lives Instead Of Taking Them

To deal with rampant trespassing accidents, Western Railway has employed their very own Yamraj to carry away people found crossing tracks.

Trespassing on train tracks is dangerous; everyone knows this, but no one seems to care. Apparently, the situation got bad enough for the God of Death himself to step in.

Andheri and Malad, two stations especially (in)famous for trespassers, have deployed a Western Police Force jawan dressed as Yamraj to pick up trespassers and carry them away to safety. Not lacking a sense of humour or dramatics, the jawan says, “Jo bhi patri cross karega usse utha hi leke jaunga," before letting out a laugh befitting none other than the Hindu God.

The initiative met appreciation and laughs on Twitter, plus some concern for the mighty Yamraj's own safety on the unforgiving railway tracks. While not whisking away trespassers, he can also be seen spreading awareness about the danger of crossing tracks.

Well, you know what they say; "Beta, train tracks mat cross karna, varna Yamraj utha ke le jaayega."

Culture

Western Railway's 'Yamraj' Saves Lives Instead Of Taking Them

To deal with rampant trespassing accidents, Western Railway has employed their very own Yamraj to carry away people found crossing tracks.

Trespassing on train tracks is dangerous; everyone knows this, but no one seems to care. Apparently, the situation got bad enough for the God of Death himself to step in.

Andheri and Malad, two stations especially (in)famous for trespassers, have deployed a Western Police Force jawan dressed as Yamraj to pick up trespassers and carry them away to safety. Not lacking a sense of humour or dramatics, the jawan says, “Jo bhi patri cross karega usse utha hi leke jaunga," before letting out a laugh befitting none other than the Hindu God.

The initiative met appreciation and laughs on Twitter, plus some concern for the mighty Yamraj's own safety on the unforgiving railway tracks. While not whisking away trespassers, he can also be seen spreading awareness about the danger of crossing tracks.

Well, you know what they say; "Beta, train tracks mat cross karna, varna Yamraj utha ke le jaayega."

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