Tragic Rail Accident Claims Hundreds of Lives: A Heartbreaking Tale of Loss and Sorrow

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Ghaziabad : Hundreds of people killed in a rail accident in Balasore, Odisha; a two-minute silence observed for the peace of their souls. Prayers were offered to the Supreme Father, the Almighty, and candles were lit to pray for the peace of the departed souls. The government was urged to take necessary measures to prevent such rail accidents, and the National Trade Federation of Ghaziabad canceled the scheduled event at Volga Palace, Basant Road, Ghaziabad, as a mark of respect.

For the first time in railway accidents, three trains collided—Malda Town-Koraput Express, Yeshvantpur-Howrah Express. There are concerns about any foul play, and the National Trade Federation has specifically demanded a high-level investigation.

The National Trade Federation requested the government to expedite relief efforts. They also demanded an assistance amount of INR 50 lakhs for the families of the deceased and INR 10 lakhs for the injured.

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Prayers were offered to the Almighty, to provide strength to the grieving families to bear this immense sorrow. The National Trade Federation demanded that those responsible for the accident be brought behind the bars and prayed for the peace of the departed souls.

On this occasion, Balakishan Gupta, President of the National Trade Federation, and members of the Railway Board, Pandit Ashok Bharti, Sandeep Tyagi, Saurabh Yadav, Manoj Gupta, Veerendra Kandere, Sanjeev Garg, Deepak Kamal, Tapendra Rohit, Manish, and others were present.

Umesh Kumar

Umesh is a senior journalist with more than 15 years of experience. Freelance photo journalist with some leading newspapers, magazines, and news websites and is now associated with Local Post as Consulting Editor

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