Gujarat Vande Bharat Express Train Damaged In Ahmedabad Has Been Repaired Case Registered Against Cattle Owners

Gujarat Railway Protection Force: The Railway Protection Force (RPF) in...

Gujarat Railway Protection Force: The Railway Protection Force (RPF) in Gujarat has registered a case against the owners of buffaloes that were hit by the Mumbai-Gandhinagar Vande Bharat Express, in which the front part of the train was damaged. The Western Railway (WR) in a statement said that the nose cone cover of the driver coach of the semi-high speed train which was damaged after colliding with buffaloes has been repaired in Mumbai.

What time did the incident happen?
The newly launched Mumbai Central-Gandhinagar Vande Bharat train collided with a herd of buffaloes near Ahmedabad at around 11.15 am on Thursday, when the train was on its way to Gandhinagar. Officials said that four buffaloes died in this incident. Jitendra Kumar Jayant, Senior Spokesperson (Ahmedabad Division) of Western Railway said, “RPF has registered an FIR against unknown owners of buffaloes coming on the way of Vande Bharat train between Vatva and Maninagar railway stations in Ahmedabad.”

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What did the RPF inspector say?
RPF inspector Pradeep Sharma posted at Vatva railway station said that the FIR was registered under section 147 of the Railways Act, 1989, which deals with unauthorized entry into any part of the railways and misuse of his property. “In connection with the death of four buffaloes, an FIR was registered on Thursday evening,” he said. He said that the Railway Police is yet to identify the owners of the buffaloes and efforts are being made for the same.

Where did this incident happen?
Sharma said the incident took place in Puneetnagar area near Vatva railway station on the outskirts of Ahmedabad city. WR said in a statement that the damaged nose cone cover of the train made of FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastic) has been replaced in Mumbai. He said that after the incident on Thursday, the train had covered the distance till Gandhinagar Capital station and back to Mumbai Central without the nose cover panel as it did not cause any damage to important parts of the train. The train left from Mumbai today without any trouble for the train passengers.

PM had shown the green signal on 30 September
According to the official, Western Railway is taking all necessary steps to prevent such incidents in future. The third service indigenously designed and built semi-high speed train under the Vande Bharat series was flagged off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the capital of Gandhinagar on 30 September and started its commercial operation from the next day.

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