Man nabbed by Odisha police kills self

Odisha Sun Times Bureau

Chennai, June 28:

A 27-year-old suspect, who was arrested by the Odisha police from Kerala jumped before a train and committed suicide at Tambaram railway station in Tamilnadu on Friday, reports said.

According to the report, Adam Kumar Naik, an accused in a case in Odisha, was arrested from a hideout in Allepey, Kerala and was being brought to Odisha for trial. While the police team along with the handcuffed suspect were waiting at the Tambaram railway station to board the Howrah Express, Adam ran away and jumped before a train entering the platform area.

The New Indian Express (Chennai) quotes a railway police officer as saying, “They came to Tambaram on the way to Odisha and were waiting to board the Howrah Express. Though the accused was handcuffed, he managed to run away from the policemen and threw himself before a EMU that was entering the track.”

Railway police said that from circumstances it appears that the accused wanted to commit suicide.

The body has been sent for postmortem.

There is clarity as yet on the case or the offence for which Adam was arrested.

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