Maoist guerrillas blew up rail line,5 passengers died and 60 injured.
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Maoist guerrillas blew up rail line,5 passengers died and 60 injured.

Jamshedpur : India | Nov 20, 2009 at 2:15 AM PST
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Indian train mishap.

At Orissa's nearer area Posata - Manoharpur , at 9 pm Thursday night, Bilaspur Tata Passenger train's

10 coaches were derailed,so 5 passengers were died while 60 passengers were injured. One of them is still serious.

This accident happened near 7 kms away from Bilaspur Passenger Station.

This fatal accident hapened just because of train's bogies came down from the tracks.

8 pm on Thursday night, Naxalites did blast up rail line between Posata and Mnohrpur station.

According to sources, Maoist guerrillas estimated that ,there are a large number of paramillitary forces

to be seated in the train.

Superintendent of Railway Police said 10 coaches were damaged. Three of them were completely overturned.

Incident caused the closer of Howrah - Mumbai main line.

This for the first incident, when Naxalites blow up tracks and in the grip of the incident,there has come the suffering to a passenger train and passengers.

As per my knowledge, Naxals in the state demanded for the removal of deployed paramilitary forces.

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