BHAGALPUR - In a grim reminder of the horrific Delhi rape case, a woman who got down from a Delhi-bound train in Bhagalpur district, was gang-raped, killed and her body hanged from a tree in a mango orchard.Police said the 32-year-old victim, who was a passenger of the Brahmaputra Mail that was travelling to the national capital, was dragged to the mango orchard and gang-raped by unidentified persons after she alighted from the train between Vikramshila and Kahalgaon stations.She was strangled and her body hanged from a tree. Police recovered the body and sent it to the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital in Bhagalpur for postmortem.The victim, who hails from New Jalpaiguri in West Bengal, took the train from Alipore to Delhi, along with her son. As the train was jampacked, she tried to get down at Sahibganj but was prevented from doing so by co-passengers, MeenuKumari, apolice official, said. When the train slowed down between Vikramshila and Kahalgaon stations, she jumped out. It is not clear why she took this step.A group of inebriated people then dragged her to a nearby mango orchard and sexually assaulted her. Liquor bottles were found at the spot, Kumari said. A railway ticket and cellphone number of her village pradhan written on a piece of paper was recovered from the victim's possession, police said.Bhagalpur SSP K S Anupam confirmed recovery of the body and said that it would be clear only after the postmortem whether the woman was raped or not.The SSP further said the inquiry into the circumstances, which caused the woman to jump out of the train, was in preliminary stages.She said the orchard where the body was found is located at a distance of nearly 10 km from the place where the woman was said to have jumped out of the train. According to locals, the victim's clothes were found strewn nearly 50 metres away from the tree.