The train left the KSR (Bengaluru City) railway station around 9.15pm.
There were no allegations made by his parents,” city railway police confirmed.
Sagar fell 25ft down, hit the ground and died instantly.
Sagar reportedly went to the toilet and is suspected to have been standing near the door when he fell as the train was moving on a bridge.
Belagavi deputy mayor Madhushri Pujari, MES leaders Appasaheb Pujari and Sanjay Sateri, and councillor Sanjay Shinde were accompanying Sagar.
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