Maninagar: In Gujarat An FIR has been registered against the unidentified owners of the dead buffaloes as the front end of the Vande Bharat train was damaged after it collided with the buffaloes.
Vande Bharat train was traveling between Wadhwa and Maninagar railway stations on Thursday when the train ran into four stray buffaloes on the tracks, damaging the front end of the locomotive. At the same time, the buffaloes died in the accident.
In this situation, the railway police have registered a first information report against the owners of the buffaloes. However, it seems that they have not yet identified the owners of the buffaloes. It has been reported that they are continuing to make efforts for that.
A spokesperson for Western Railway’s Ahmedabad division confirmed that a case has been registered against the owners of the buffaloes that had encroached on the railway tracks. The case has been registered under Section 147 of the Railways Act, 1989. The damaged front of the train has been repaired and Vande Bharat has resumed service.
Further, it has been informed that the Railways has taken all measures to prevent such incidents in the coming days.
Earlier, Vande Bharat Express was running between Gujarat capital Gandhinagar and Mumbai. This modern train can reach a speed of 100 kmph in about 52 seconds. It can reach a maximum speed of 180 kmph. This train will travel from Gandhinagar to Mumbai within 6 to 7 hours. It has facilities like Wi-Fi, 32 inch TV. This train was started on 30th of last month. It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Modi started this service.