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NDRF Team Pulled Out Passengers Stranded in Mahalaxmi Express Flood

NDRF Team Pulled Out Passengers Stranded in Mahalaxmi Express Flood



According to information received by a passenger, 

the train has stayed between Vangani and Badlapur between about 100 km from Mumbai at around in the early hours. Talking to the news agency ANI, Central Railway Chief Public Relations Officer Sunil Sadasi said, the Railway Protection Force and the city police have reached the place where the train is halted. Biscuits and water are distributed to stranded passengers.

More than 700 passengers in the Mahalaxmi Express, 

which runs on Mumbai-Kolhapur route, got stuck in the middle due to heavy rains, in which 500 people have been evacuated. The passengers have been removed with the help of Chopper. According to information received by a passenger, the train has stayed between Vangani and Badlapur between about 100 km from Mumbai at around 3 am in the early hours. Talking to the news agency ANI, Central Railway Chief Public Relations Officer Sunil Sadasi said, the Railway Protection Force and the city police have reached the place where the train is halted. Biscuits and water were distributed to the stranded passengers. He appealed the passengers and said, "Passengers of Mahalaxmi Express should not get down from the train. The train is in a safe place. The staff, the railway police force, and the urban police are present on the train for your supervision. Please wait for the advice of NDRF and other Disaster Management Authorities. "Meanwhile, Director General of DGIPR, Maharashtra, said that while the train is trapped, three boats have reached the spot. He further said that he himself is keeping an eye on the situation.
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