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PRY/Paraiya (2 PFs)

Track: Double Electric-Line

Paraiya Station Rd, Paranpur, 824209
State: Bihar

Elevation: 111 m above sea level
Zone: ECR/East Central   Division: Mughal Sarai

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Jun 07 2017 (11:18)   12382/Poorva Express (via Gaya) (PT) | PRY/Paraiya (2 PFs)

12312 Kalka Mail   427 blog posts   4 correct pred (44% accurate)
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This journey was a sequence of surprises for me, starting from the RT departure (PF departure) from NDLS despite of fact that UP Poorva was heavily delayed to a horrifying scene masked behind a luxurious forest.
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all the 'crinches and screaming' of wheels over tracks, i saw a station board indicating that we are now reaching Parahiya halt. The speed of train was showing that it is following a speed restriction but the fact was suddenly overshadowed by the beauty of the station, it was all green like some valley. The station was full of people and a group there was discussing over some issue (It seemed so) under the shade of a healthy but old Banyan tree, Everything was beautiful as it should be in ghat section but I never knew that something so disturbing is coming ahead which i never wanted to see. As the train slipped ahead i saw some people gathered around and a policemen who was noting something from the tracks, i thought there must be some track problem as the area was naxal affected but as the train progressed towards the spot the picture stood more clear. A nearly degraded body of a female was lying there in pieces, not to be mentioned that it was chopped by some passing train. The smell was evident that the body is lying there from past 4 or 5 days and the policemen whom i thought was noting something from tracks was actually trying to recognize the body. The scene was so quick and horrifying that it kept floating in my mind till BWN.
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My Mobile cam wasn't able to capture it with great details but i guess nobody wants to see it in high detailing. However, I have put a marker where you need to focus, you can pause the video to have a look at that point.
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Feb 14 2015 (17:02)   BLME/Bholidih (2 PFs)

I am a Visitor Admin Member on IRI*^~   9037 blog posts   1 correct pred (33% accurate)
Entry# 1369669            Tags   Past Edits
Travel Tip: Never sleep after Dhanbad when your train is passing through stations like Bholldih, Nimiaghat, Guraru, Paraiya, Gujhandi, Dilwa, Gurpa, Paharpur, Manpur, Dehri-On-Sone, Sasaram and Babhua Road since these areas are well-known for insurgency and robberies on trains. Kindly stay vigilant during sleep mode also when your train passes through these stations after Sunset... thanks!!!

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Feb 22 2015 (19:22)
I am a Visitor Admin Member on IRI*^~   9037 blog posts   1 correct pred (33% accurate)
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I can understand as it's the force from UP that knows about anti-social elements from neighboring states entering into their state... jurisdiction issues are always a problem that such gangs take advantage of and this loop-hole of the law needs to be filled :-p

Feb 22 2015 (19:25)
I am a Visitor Admin Member on IRI*^~   9037 blog posts   1 correct pred (33% accurate)
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Yes... cities like Varanasi and Mughalsarai fall into UP's Chandauli District that shares State Borders with Bihar so an element of security risk always prevails.... the political situation in Bihar can escalate it's law and order problem even more.... God save us (Common People of India) :-/

Feb 22 2015 (19:29)
Jallikattu Is My Birth Right*   6739 blog posts   1641 correct pred (73% accurate)
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Yes in plain and simple terms they referred to them as "Bihari Gangs". I actually got only my passport back after a month which was found by a Buddhist Monk in Gaya. By then I had got my new passport from US Consulate at Chennai. I still keep it as a souvenir.

Feb 22 2015 (19:43)
विश्व नाथ*   16776 blog posts   268 correct pred (76% accurate)
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And they are helpless too ?

Feb 23 2015 (09:17)
Pilgrim~   1206 blog posts
Re# 1369669-20            Tags   Past Edits
Sorry to know about all these thefts. While carefulness is surely needed, chaining of our luggages is also a must. Furthermore, we should not be careless in any place thinking it is safe.
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Aug 23 2014 (13:57)   PRY/Paraiya (2 PFs)

I am a Visitor Admin Member on IRI*^~   9037 blog posts   1 correct pred (33% accurate)
Entry# 1195274            Tags   Past Edits
Paraiya Station Picture by Mr. Ranjit Sharma :-)
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