A dangerous conspiracy has been hatched to blow up the Udaipur-Ahmedabad broad gauge railway line, inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, thirteen days ago. The miscreants tried to blow up the Oda bridge in front of Kevada forest in Udaipur district. The explosion caused creaks on the railway track and some part broke apart. Ammunition was also found on the spot. The Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) team has reached to investigate the incident. Which is investigating this incident from the angle of terrorist conspiracy.
Night blast heard
It was told that the villagers had heard the sound of the blast on Saturday night. On Sunday morning, when some villagers were passing through the Oda bridge, they informed the police after seeing the situation. As soon as the information was received, Udaipur Divisional Commissioner Rajendra Bhatt, Udaipur District Collector Tarachand Meena, Police Superintendent Vikas Sharma, Railway Area Manager Badri Prasad and many top officials reached the spot.
In addition to the investigation team of ATS, ERT is present at the spot
It is to be informed that the Railways has canceled both the passenger trains running between Udaipur-Ahmedabad. If the repair of the track is completed by Sunday night, then both the passenger trains will be able to run on Monday. Meanwhile, the train coming to Udaipur on Sunday has been stopped at Dungarpur station itself and the railways has taken the service of buses to take the passengers coming to Udaipur. Apart from the investigation team of ATS, personnel of ERT-Emergency Response Team (ERT), Railway Police, District Police are present at the spot. The villagers are being questioned about the incident.
Both trains running between Udaipur-Ahmedabad canceled
Regional Railway Officer Badri Prasad said that due to cracks in the tracks, they would now be replaced. After complete investigation, the operation of the train will resume on this line. At present, the operation of the Udaipur-Ahmedabad passenger train and the train coming from Ahmedabad has been stopped on Sundays. After repairing and checking the track, it is possible that the traffic on this line will be started again by Monday night. Here, according to Captain Shashi Kiran, Chief Public Relations Officer of North Western Railway, both the trains will operate from Ahmedabad to Dungarpur on Monday. At present, trains will not be able to operate between Dungarpur to Udaipur.
The train had passed four hours before the incident
An attempt has been made to blow up the track by blasting the bridge at Oda, about thirty kilometers ahead of Udaipur, from where the Udaipur-Ahmedabad passenger train had departed four hours earlier.