When a train starts, the head of a standing passenger seems to be pushed backward. Analyse the situation from the ground frame. Does it really go backward? Coming back to the train frame, how do you explain the backward movement of the head on the basis of Newton's laws?
No, w.r.t. the ground frame, the person's head is not really pushed backward.
As the train moves, the lower portion of the passenger's body starts moving with the train, but the upper portion tries to be in rest according to Newton's first law and hence, the passenger seems to be pushed backward.