Vande Bharat train met with an accident again, this happened
Vande Bharat train met with an accident again, this happened

Bhopal: Vande Bharat Express, the country's first semi-high speed train, has once again become a victim of an accident. The train returning from Delhi to Bhopal met with an accident in Gwalior. The accident happened when a cow came in front of the train. Let me tell you, the incident took place around 6:15 pm. Due to collision with the cow, the bonnet of the train opened and the front part was damaged. 

Let us tell you that after the accident, the Vande Bharat Express train stood at Dabra station in Gwalior for about 15 minutes. At the same time, a crowd of people gathered around to see the train. The bonnet was rectified at the station itself by the technical staff of the railway, after which the train could depart. This is not the first time that the Vande Bharat train has met with an accident. Even before this, Vande Bharat Express has been a victim of accident many times. PM Narendra Modi had flagged off the first Vande Bharat train from Bhopal to Rani kamlapati on 1 April. It has not been even a month since this train started and it has become a victim of an accident. The travel time by Vande Bharat Express from Bhopal's Rani Kamlapati station to New Delhi station will be 7 hours and 50 minutes. 

Let me tell you, the railway administration is very worried about the incidents of cattle hitting the Vande Bharat train. Many types of efforts are going on to stop them. Indian Railways is giving emphasis on modernity these days. Railway stations are being upgraded. New high speed trains are being launched. In this series, the government has decided to run 400 Vande Bharat trains across India in future. 

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