Ever since the Indian Railways launched the Vande Bharat train, incidents of collision with their cattle have come to the fore at many places, such places have been identified by the Ministry of Railways and now it has been decided to construct a boundary of about 1000 kilometers at all those places. have taken. Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav said the Railways will build 1,000 km of boundary walls in the next six months in those parts of its network where maximum cases of cattle trampling by trains have been reported.
How many trains were affected in a year?
According to official figures, the cattle craze affected 200 trains in the first nine days of October. About 4,000 trains have been affected so far this year. According to the Railway Minister, we are seriously working on the issue of construction of boundary wall. We are considering two different designs. While we have approved one, which is a strong wall, in the next five to six months, we are planning to build 1,000 km of such wall. He also said that the traditional boundary wall would not be able to solve the problem of cattle walking, but it would affect the surrounding villagers.
Vande Bharat collided again and again
In fact, the nose of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Vande Bharat Express train, which was started on October 1, was damaged after three cattle collided with it in the first nine days of the mont. After this, the concern of the railway government had increased that no major accident should happen. Considering all these reasons, the railway government has decided to build a wall.
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