After 9 hours, North Bengal bound train movement is normal


After the recovery of the damaged compartment of the derailed Rangpur Express train at Tangail, rail traffic has returned to normal after about 9 hours. On Tuesday (November 21) at 10:30 am, the rescue train from Dhaka reached Betar area of ​​Tangail Sadar upazila to rescue the stranded coach.

At that time, the crane of the rescue relief train broke down due to a mechanical fault. This hampered the rescue operation. Later, the carriage of the derailed train was manually wheeled onto the railway line and after the carriage was pushed for about a kilometer by railway workers, it was pulled by a crane to Gharinda station. On this day, after 9 hours at 2 pm, the other compartments of the Rangpur Express train were removed.

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It is known that when the Dhaka-bound Rangpur Express train from North Bengal reached the Betar area of ​​Sadar at around 5:30 am, the first compartment of the train derailed. Passengers’ luggage was in the compartment. The derailed train was removed around 2pm. After 9 hours of derailment, train movement was normal.

Tangail Railway Station Master Nazmul Huda Bakul said that the first carriage derailed when the Dhaka-bound Rangpur Express train from North Bengal reached Sadar’s Betar area around 4:40 in the morning. After 2 pm, train movement was normal.

The article is in Bengali


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