Train between Indore and Patna derails near Kanpur, 45 dead

Train between Indore and Patna derails near Kanpur, 45 dead
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Today, train Indore Patna express derailed at morning 3 AM, near pukhrayan 100 k.m. from Kanpur. All passengers were sleeping at that time. At least 45 people killed due to this accident.

The Indore–Patna Express is a Mail/Express Train of the Indian Railways, which runs between Indore Junction railway station of Indore, the largest city and commercial hub of Central Indian state Madhya Pradesh and Patna Junction, railway station of Patna, the capital city of Bihar.

Train number and name disclosed by railway ministry is 19321/Indore – Rajendranagar Express (via Faizabad). It starts from Indore and pass Kanpur in Morning reach Patna next day.

DRM Ratlam tweeted below information

Helpline numbers released:

Railways has also released helpline numbers —

Indore: 07411072,

Ujjain: 07342560906,

Ratlam: 074121072,

Orai: 051621072,

Jhansi: 05101072,

Pokhraya: 05113270239.

Stranded passengers moved

My thoughts are with the bereaved families: PM Modi

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