Pi News –
face An incident of stone pelting was detected on an Aastha special train traveling from Surat in Gujarat to Ayodhya near Nandurbar in Maharashtra. The train was about to reach Nandurbar station. Before that, the train stopped due to the lack of a signal, and stones were thrown at the carriage at the same time. However, by the time GRP and RPF personnel reached the spot, the train had left and reached the station. After the incident, a criminal case was opened on the instructions of the high officials of the railway, and investigation efforts were started. There is no information about the victims of the accident.
09053 Surat-Ayodhya Aastha special train from Surat to Ayodhya was flagged off by Minister of State for Railways and Textiles Darshana Jardosh and Mayor Dakshesh Mavani on Sunday night. The train was supposed to reach Nandurbar station at quarter to eleven at night. Before that, anarchists threw stones at the train. Because of this, the passengers on the train were afraid and hurriedly closed the windows and doors of the train. Nevertheless, many stones arrived inside the train. Fortunately, no one was injured in the incident. After receiving information, GRP and RPF reached the spot and dispatched the train after preliminary investigation. The issue is being investigated based on the information of railway managers. The Aastha special train carried a total of 1344 passengers. The passengers on the train sang bhajans after eating, while some ram devotees prepared to sleep. According to the passengers, during the incident, stones were thrown at the train carriages from both sides. It is believed that the stone-cutters were not just one or two people, but many people.