Kushinagar Train Accident: 'Stop this Nataunki', says CM Yogi Adityanath to protesters

Posted April 27, 2018

"It was unmanned level crossing gate at Behpurva, with Gate Mitra deployed there. He tried to intervene but the unfortunate incident took place at unmanned gate 45 near Dudhi station in Banaras division".

Railway Board Chairman Ashwani Lohani said the Indian Railways was trying to eliminate unmanned crossings.

The chief minister additionally ordered an inquiry against the Seth Bansidhar School, which would allegedly issue transfer certificates to students enrolled at the school. My thoughts are with families of the deceased and I pray for the early recovery of the injured. The chief minister said that the driver was wearing headphones at the time of the accident. CPRO, NE Railway, Sanjay Yadav said.

Eight children were injured and taken hospital, said the official, adding there were 22 children in the vehicle. There were 22 children in the vehicle.

Surcharge on power for farmers has been waived off with immediate effect, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath announced on Thursday evening. "Kindly let us go through the area and inspect the accident site", he said.

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The honorable Prime Minister of India, Mr. Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh also writes on their official page of the micro-blogging site in order to express their condolences over the deaths.

There are hundreds of unmanned railway crossings across the country that are prone to accidents.

They blamed the van driver for the accident claiming that the driver was listening to the music via earphones and was unmindful of the approaching train. Miffed with the protesters, Adityanath climbed up on the bonnet of his auto and asked the crowd to stop their "nautanki".

The school bus ferrying 20 children belonged to Divine Public School.