The wheels of Vande Bharat Express stopped again due to the shock of the Buffalo


Not once, not twice, but thrice in a month. Bharat Express stopped at Thomkal Vande due to the shock of the Buffalo. Although not major damage, part of the engine was damaged. The semi-high speed train left Mumbai Central for Gandhinagar in Gujarat on Saturday. But only after the entry of Gujarat, a setback occurred. The Vande Bharat Express hit a mouse near Atul station in Mumbai Central Division around 8:17 am. Then the train stopped. After about 15 minutes the journey started again. Indian Railways said that a part of the engine was broken, but there were no injuries to the passengers. Railways informed, ‘Bharat Express on Mumbai-Gandhinagar band hit a mouse near Atul station in Gujarat. However, the train movement was not disrupted. Only the front of the engine is broken. But the front part of the train is designed in such a way that it can be changed quickly.’ Earlier this month four monkeys were run over by the Bande Bharat Express. Just a day after that, a train hit a cow near Anand station. The front part of the engine was damaged. Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnab then said, ‘Such accidents will happen. It is semi high speed train. So these things were kept in mind while making the train engine

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