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Two trains derail at same spot in MP, India on 5th August 2015

Two trains derail at same spot in MP

Two trains derail at same spot in MP
Two trains derail at same spot in MP



Kamayani Express, on way from Mumbai to Varanasi, derailed near Kudawa railway station, 30kms from Harda in Madhya Pradesh, on Tuesday late night, according to reports. Commissioner said another passenger train, Janata Express from Jabalpur to Mumbai also derailed at the same spot, Hoshangabad divisional.

Five bogies of Kamayani Express passenger train are feared to have fallen into Machak River

Five bogies of Kamayani Express passenger train are feared to have fallen into Machak River
Five bogies of Kamayani Express passenger train are feared to have fallen into Machak River



Five bogies of passenger train Kamayani Express are feared to have fallen into Machak River, Harda district collector Rajnish Srivastav told ANI. It has been reported that two passengers were electrocuted while trying to come out from Janata Express.

Twin-train derailment over Machak River in Madhya Pradesh

Twin-train derailment over Machak River in Madhya Pradesh
Twin-train derailment over Machak River in Madhya Pradesh



Water level of the river was dangerously high due to heavy rainfall. Kamayani Express derailed while crossing the bridge and its five bogies fell into the river.

Special team reached with around 25 doctors, police officials to the spot

Special team reached with around 25 doctors, police officials to the spot
Special team reached with around 25 doctors, police officials to the spot



Special team with around 25 doctors, police officials and rescue personnel has been dispatched to the spot via a special train. This special train has five bogies. Due to water logging, it was not possible for the team to reach the accident spot by road, according to reports.

Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu must resign

Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu must resign
Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu must resign



Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu, who is facing criticism for not visit the site of the accident, which claimed at least 30 lives. Leading the attack against the Union Minister was Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh, who demanded that Prabhu must resign, citing the example of former Railways minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, who had resigned following an accident.

Madhya Pradesh train accident killed 29 peoples, 25 injured

Madhya Pradesh train accident killed 29 peoples, 25 injured
Madhya Pradesh train accident killed 29 peoples, 25 injured



MP Government spokesman Anupam Rajan said, 29 bodies, including those of 13 men, 11 women and five children, have been recovered so far from the mishap site between Khirkiya and Harda, about 160 km from Bhopal. And reported that over 250 passengers have been rescued. Special arrangements were also made for promptly handing over the mortal remains of deceased in this tragic accident, to their loved ones.

The Railways require Rs. 60000 crores for maintenance but this could have been avoided

The Railways require Rs. 60000 crores for maintenance but this could have been avoided
The Railways require Rs. 60000 crores for maintenance but this could have been avoided



Former union railways minister Dinesh Trivedi said, "This is totally unacceptable. This is the symptom of the deep-rooted cancer in the railway system. I don't consider it as an accident; an accident is something which can't be avoided. This could've been avoided." Later He added, the truth is that year-after-year, the Railways require Rs. 60000 crores for maintenance, and unfortunately they do not have that money. Knowingly, you would take the lives of the common man, and that is not done. The reason for this derailment and other previous ones is man-made. This could have been avoided."

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