The train travels in the opposite direction to save the life of a mother and a newborn baby


You must have heard several stories related to Indian railways, in which railroad workers go to some extent because of mankind. Something similar happened in Jharkhand, where in order to save a woman’s life, railway officials decided to run an express train in the opposite direction.

According to reports, after the delivery of a woman in the Anand Vihar-Bhubaneswar Sampark Kranti Express, which left Tatanagar for Bhubaneswar on Tuesday evening, the train had to run in the opposite direction of its destination. After the train returned about two and a half kilometers, the woman and the newborn baby got off safely at Tatanagar station and a medical team carried out a preliminary examination, after which they were admitted to the hospital. Sadar of Khasmahal. The railway official said that now the woman and the child are in good health. The name of the woman who gave birth to the baby on the bandwagon is said as Ranu Das.

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A railway official said the woman was traveling in car number 5 of the train. Shee was to disembark at Jaleshwar in Orissa. The train had just left Tatanagar station late in the evening when information regarding the delivery of the woman on the moving train and the delivery of the child was given at Tatanagar station. By this time, the train had advanced about two and a half kilometers.

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After getting the information, it was decided to take the train back to Tatanagar station. Because the next train stop was Hijli, who would have taken at least two hours to reach and in the meantime their lives could have been in danger. However, officials at Tatanagar station informed the local railway hospital and called the medical team at the station. Other than that, the train was brought back about two and a half kilometers in the opposite direction.

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The woman and her child got off the train with the help of the medical team at Tatanagar station. Some tests were done for the two here and then they were sent to Sadar Hospital located in Khasmahal. After that, the train left for Bhubaneswar. The passengers of the train appreciated the sensitivity of the railway agents and this decision.