Mumbai / New Delhi: After heavy rains in Mumbai, all the passengers of Mahalaxmi Express, trapped on the railway track, have been safely evacuated. The passengers who were rescued from the train included 9 pregnant women. In the statement issued by the Railways, the total number of passengers has been mentioned. Special relief train will be from Kalyan to Kolhapur, with the passengers removed from the train. 19 coaches have been installed in the train. Food, water and medicines have also been arranged for the passengers. Relocation and rescue operations were started at around 11 in the morning after trapping on the train track.
Passengers traveling to Badlapur station
Navy, Air Force, NDRF and local administration teams participated in relief and rescue operations to safely evacuate passengers trapped in the train. Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis told that the NDRF, Army, Local Administration, Police and Railway Ministry Expert participated in rescue work. Currently, all the passengers removed from the train are being transported to Badlapur station.
Chief Minister Devendra Fananvis appeals
Prior to this, the Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fananvis had said, 'Do not worry' from passengers stranded in Mahalaxmi Express. The Chief Minister appealed to people saying that you do not worry. On the spot, NDRF, Army, Local Administration, Police and Railways are engaged in the rescue of Expert Rescue He assured people that relief work will be completed soon. During the rescue work, a statement issued by NDRF said that more than 500 people have been evacuated safely.
There were 9 pregnant women in the train.
In addition to the children and the elderly, there are 9 pregnant women in the expatriates out of the train. In some media reports, the number of passengers in the train was being told 2000. The Embulance and the 37 doctors team was deployed in the emergency for the passengers not to have any problem. There was also a gynecologist in the team of doctors. Let us know that the NDRF team firstly rescues women and children, after which the old people were taken out of the train. After the children and the elderly, men were finally removed from the train.
Due to heavy rains in Mumbai, 28 flights have been affected. Of these, 11 flights have been canceled. 8 The last time the land was canceled after landing, the land was again returned. The same route 9 has been diverted. Heavy rain has also been warned by the department on Saturday. People have been advised to stay in homes and not to be on the shore.