Soon, the authorities got into action.Even as the youths were trying to confirm the origin of the sound, a phone call made by a passenger to Pathankot SSP Rakesh Kaushal ensured that the train was halted. Everything started happening at a breakneck speed. GRPF personnel also arrived there and so did police personnel of Pathankot and Kangra districts. The bomb-disposal squad started its job after a passenger, unmindful of the impending danger, managed to move the bag out of the bogey using a stick.Meanwhile, the Ferozepore divison railway authorities decided to halt the rail traffic on the otherwise busy route that also serves the Jammu area.Gurdaspur SSP Jagdeep Singh Hundal was informed and he asked his men to be in a state of full preparedness. Initially, there were rumours that two wires were hanging out from the briefcase and that the bag also contained a battery. This forced the police to call in reinforcements.SSP Kaushal said the security agencies could not have taken the threat lightly in the wake of the Pathankot terror attack.After a thorough search, it was found that there was nothing dangerous in the bag. The police also questioned the owner of the bag and did not find anything incriminating in her statement.