Gujarat: Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani Express collided with a cement pole placed on the track, police registered an FIR against unknown

Mumbai-Delhi Rajdhani Express train collided with a cement pole allegedly kept by some miscreants on a railway track near Valsad district in south Gujarat. There is no information about any casualties during this period. The police officer said that the train hit the pillar at around 7.10 pm on Friday evening. However, the police suspect that the pillar was kept on the track as part of an attempt to derail the train going to Delhi. At present, an FIR has been registered against the unknown person in this case by the police.

Actually, this matter is about the railway track near Atul railway station in Valsad district. According to a police officer, an official of the Rural Police Station said, “The Mumbai-Hazrat Nizamuddin August Kranti Rajdhani Express train collided with a cement pole placed on the railway track near Atul station near Valsad. During this, after hitting the train, the pillar got derailed. However, there was no damage to the train due to this incident and it went ahead. No one was injured during the journey. At the same time, the train driver immediately informed the staff of Atul railway station. At present, senior police and railway officials have reached the spot after getting information about this incident.

cement pole placed on railway track

Police is taking technical help to catch the accused

At the same time, Inspector General of Police (Surat Range) Rajkumar Pandian said during a conversation with the media that some unknown miscreants had put the cement pole on the track. Due to this the train collided with the pillar, after which the train manager immediately informed the local station master. He said that it appears that an attempt was made to derail the train. At present, the police is investigating to get to the bottom of the matter. Where Valsad Rural Police Officer told that FIR has been registered against unknown miscreants at Valsad Rural Police Station and efforts are being made to nab the accused using technical surveillance and human intelligence.