Kolkata: In a tragic incident, a 28-year-old man jumped in front of a running train along with his two of his sons. All of them died onthe spot. The incident took place near Mashagram railway station in Howrah-Burdwan chord line on Tuesday morning. The incident triggered tension among locals. The victims have been identified as Rakesh Singh (25) and his two sons Ajay Singh (5) and Bijoy Singh (3). Police said they were the residents of Mohanpur Village of Nabagram in Burdwan. The locals on early Tuesday morning found the mutilated bodies of the victims near the railway track and reported the matter to Kamarkundu GRP office. The railway police later recovered the bodies of the victims and sent them for autopsy. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeAccording to the preliminary investigation, police suspect that the incident might have happened on late Monday night. They suspect that Rakesh along with his two of his children might have jumped in front of a long distance train. The investigating officers are also trying to know if the railway guard had submitted any report stating the knock down incident. Police are investigating into why Rakesh came all the way to Mashagram from Burdwan along with his sons. They are investigating into the incident and figure whether they had visited any nearby place on Monday. The victims could have committed suicide near their house. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedAccording to the primary investigation, the investigating officers suspect that Rakesh might have taken the drastic step over some family related dispute. Their family members are being interrogated in this connection. Police are also probing to know if there was any foul play behind the incident. According to the railway police, they are investigating into all possible angles that might have led to the death of three members from the same family. The investigating officers are waiting for the autopsy reports which could throw some light on their death.