Railways did not allow Ravan's burning program, hence not guilty of accident Manoj Sinha

Railways did not allow Ravan’s burning program, hence not guilty of accident: Manoj Sinha

After the train accident in Amritsar on Dussehra, Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha has been making statements about several things. He is engaged in defending the railway. This time he said that the statement made by the Amritsar Police Commissioner should be an official statement of the Punjab government. He said – Railway has not given permission for the program of Ravana, hence the Railways is not guilty of this accident. Earlier, the Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha had refused to take any punitive action against the driver of the trolling train at the Dussehra fair in Amritsar.

There was no carelessness on behalf of the railway

On Saturday, Sinha had said that there was no negligence on the side of the railway. At the same time, he had advised people not to organize such programs near rail tracks in the future. So far 61 people have died in this accident. The Railways have said that there was no mistake because they were not given any information about the Dussehra program.

Do not conduct such programs on the side of rail track

Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha said, “There was no mistake of railway in the accident. There was no mistake on our part and no action would be initiated against the train driver. People should avoid future such programs on the side of rail track in the future. I believe that if the precaution had been taken, the accident could have been avoided. ” He said that wherever there are such programs, the concerned district administration allows.

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Railways did not allow Ravan’s burning program, hence not guilty of accident: Manoj Sinha

People could not hear the sound of the train with the noise of darkness and firecrackers

He said, “When the incident took place, people were on the railway line. People could not hear the sound of the train with the noise of darkness and firecrackers. The driver could not see the crowd before because there was a rotation of the track. The driver tried to break the brake and tried to reduce the speed of the train running at a speed of 91 kilometers per hour, but it takes time to stop the train. During the interrogation, the driver also said that he tried to stop the train but could not stop.

Railways did not allow Ravan’s burning program, hence not guilty of accident: Manoj Sinha

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