Article withdrawn: Twitterati demands Piyush Goyal's resignation after Shramik Special train heading from Gujarat to Bihar ends up in Bengaluru

Several people on Twitter expressed astonishment at the scale of the mix-up with several of them criticising the administrative 'incompetence' that led to the incident.

FP Staff May 27, 2020 08:44:14 IST
Article withdrawn: Twitterati demands Piyush Goyal's resignation after Shramik Special train heading from Gujarat to Bihar ends up in Bengaluru

Editor's Note: This article was based on an exclusive Deccan Herald report claiming that a Shramik special train from Gujarat to Bihar ended up in Bengaluru. As Deccan Herald has since taken down the report, Firstpost is also withdrawing its article.

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