Utkal Express derailment: Railway safety officials inspect accident site
Commissioner for Railway Safety Shailesh Pathak visited Khatauli in Uttar Pradesh's Muzffarnagar where 14 coaches of Kalinga Utkal Express derailed on Saturday claiming 22 lives.
Muzaffarnagar (Uttar Pradesh): Commissioner for Railway Safety Shailesh Pathak on Monday visited Khatauli in Uttar Pradesh's Muzaffarnagar where 14 coaches of Kalinga Utkal Express derailed on Saturday claiming 22 lives.
Pathak and his team inspected the accident site and also met the local people.
Meanwhile, the two-day long statutory enquiry into the rail accident will begin on Tuesday in Divisional Railway Manager's office in Delhi.
The Railways had on Sunday sent on leave three senior officials, suspended four officials and transferred one official following the train tragedy.
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