Mother Dances on Rail Track Daughter Films on Camera Both Arrested Agra: Viral Video

It turned out that the daughter had filmed the footage while the mother performed a dance routine on the rails. As the popularity of social media platforms has grown, there have been reports of more and more people engaging in reckless behavior to make highlight reels that they then upload to their channels.

A mother and daughter were recently observed filming a dance video on the Agra railway track. The video of the woman dancing on the train tracks to “Ab Tere Bin Hum Bhi Jee Lenge” has gone viral.

Mother dances on train tracks while her daughter records it on film.

It turned out that the daughter had filmed the footage while the mother performed a dance routine on the rails. In the video, she can be seen dancing on a train track, walking on it, crouching down, and continuing her routine. The alleged event occurred at the Agra Fort Railway Station.

The woman in the video is YouTuber Meena Singh, who has over 47,000 subscribers. Her YouTube channel also features videos filmed on railroad property, including the one above.

On the train platform, she was seen dancing. When a train pulled up, she was bopping to a Bhojpuri tune on the forum. But she was undeterred and kept staring straight into the lens as she filmed the reel.

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Mother Dances on Rail Track Daughter Films on Camera Both Arrested Agra
Mother Dances on Rail Track Daughter Films on Camera Both Arrested Agra

Meena Singh was discovered and taken into custody by police after the viral video of her antics went viral online. She was charged with violating sections 145 (Drunkenness or nuisance) and 147 (Trespass and refusal to desist from trespass) of the Railway Act.

In this case, the arrests include her daughter, who assisted in filming the tape. However, the two were granted bail once it was established that they would not commit similar offenses.

Similarly, filming on Indian railway property requires permission from the appropriate authorities. However, filming in potentially dangerous areas like train rooftops or tracks is forbidden.

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