Video: It was awful scene when the railway bridge collapsed and fell on the train

Video: It was awful scene when the railway bridge collapsed and fell on the train

Bihār : India | Apr 16, 2012 at 7:51 PM PDT
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Video: It was awful scene when the railway bridge collapsed and fell on the train

Train accidents have become common practice in India c. Rail accidents do happen over time, but never Railway Administration did not forget about it secondhand. Neither do some effective steps to improve it. Rail accidents are just that, a commotion breaks, then undo all the conditions.

A railway accident that occurred on 1 December, 2006 at Bhagalpur in Bihar. The 150-year-old railway bridge was broken. Bridge collapsed and fell on a bogie of the train, according to government figures, 35 people were killed while several others were injured.

India's largest railway network is one of the nearly one million people traveling on trains every day to 14 thousand. Every year on the rail network with nearly 300 accidents do happen. But do not take some lessons from these accidents.

Before presenting the Railway Budget News dot com attached several reports of railway accidents was carried out. News reports stressed that they barely need to improve infrastructure.

Probably the result of the first immediate Railway Minister Dinesh Trivedi, citing improved security of the country. The railway fare increase, but other politicians passed the odious and Minister of Railways has been removed from the chair. Now see what they do for the present Railway Minister Mukul Roy railway to rejuvenate.

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vishaljayswal is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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