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Vande Bharat Express: Vande Bharat Express Accident… Damaged Front EngineMEERI News

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The Vande Bharat Express, launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, recently suffered an accident. This train runs between Gandhi Nagar and Mumbai. Vande Bharat Express travels at a speed of 150 km/h. However, the speed at the time of the accident was 100 km/h and a major accident was avoided. On the way from Gujarat to Gandhinagar, a group of buffalo came across Vatwa station. In this sequence, the local pilot braked abruptly. Since there was no danger to the passengers in this accident, everyone breathed a sigh of relief. The front engine of the vandebharat express was damaged after attacking a herd of buffalo. Four buffalo were killed in this accident. The accident occurred around 11:15 am.
Starts October 30th
Vande Bharat Express was launched on 30 September by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The train has 16 carriages and can carry 1,128 passengers. These high-speed trains are designed to the latest standards. Traveling on this train is an amazing experience. This train can run at a maximum speed of 180 km/h. Integrates Kavach technology to prevent trains from colliding with each other. However, this knowledge only works up to the train, and if there is something on the track, this knowledge is not useful.
critique of quality
Passengers and netizens are critical of the Van der Barat Express accident. The top speed of this train is 180 km/h. The speed at the time of the accident was only 100 km/h. This speed key has been criticized for damaging the front of the engine. Many people are questioning the quality of train engines. The accident occurred 15 days after launch, and passengers are concerned. Passengers hope that such accidents will not occur in the future.

And in 2019, the first trains between Delhi and Varanasi started. The center has set a goal of introducing 400 trains over the next three years. However, although Vande Bharat trains were introduced as part of Make India, I thought the next step would be the introduction of high-speed trains. But in the case of Vande Bharat, it remains to be seen what the center will do after this happens.

Published by:Rajashekar Konda

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