Senior police inspector of MRA Marg police station Sukhlal Varpe said, she sent a short text message to her family saying, "No one is responsible for this". Pallavi is the daughter of Nilesh Vikamsey, the president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI).
Pallavi, who was interning with a law firm in Ballard Pier, left her workplace on Wednesday evening and boarded a train from the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) at 6 p.m.to head for her home in Parel.
The railway police has said that they are probing if the girl fell from the running train on the opposite tracks or whether she jumped off in front of an oncoming train.
The investigations in the case are underway. Her cellphone was not found on her body. She lives in Parel with her family.
Samadhan Pawar, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Central Railway), said the Dadar railway police station was informed by the station master at Dadar at 7.15 pm that a woman's body was lying on the tracks between Currey Road and Parel stations.
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Pallavi's body was found by the GRP (Government Railway Police) around 6.30 pm. Her family believes she died in an accident, said a friend of the family.
GRP at Dadar station registered a case and in the report also mentioned accidental death the reason. "We are making inquiries with Pallavi's colleagues to find out about her behaviour at work on Wednesday", an officer said.
Mumbai Police said the deceased has been identified as Pallavi Vikamsey, 21-year-old. GRP officials said about eight people are killed daily, most of whom are hit by trains while attempting to cross the tracks. Till now we found no foul play in this.
The police has also found an eyewitness, whose statement will be recorded on Friday. Geeta Gaikward, a BMC employee who was in the same train, told Mirror, "I was in the second class compartment but was facing the first class compartment in which she was travelling".