Derailment[change | change source]
At that time The Communist Party of India (Maoist) arranged a four-day bandh in that area. State police said that the track of length about 46 cm was removed by the Maoist-Naxalites. At 1:30pm Jnaneshwari Super Deluxe Express train with 13 carriages which was travelling from Howrah to Mumbai derailed.
Casualties[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- Saynab Kumar (3 November 2010). "Gyaneshwari Express Train accident 28.05.10 .exp.mp4" – via YouTube.
- "Gyaneshwari Express derails, hit by goods train in Bengal; 71 dead, 200 injured". NDTV.com.