Four killed in Rajbari train collision

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Four killed in Injinchalit Bhatavatir clashes with Baliakandi Upazila train The accident took place on Friday afternoon at half-fitter in the Solakura relgate area of the Upazila Jamalpur Union. Nihtara Bjorn-Baliakandi Shahid Sheikh (22), son of Sarwar of the Baghutia village of Upazila Baharpur Union, is the son of the sardarer of the same village, Imran Sardar (22), Alek Mridhar son majnu Mridha (23) and Tulshi Borat, son of Sukur Ali Sakil Sheikh (20).

 

Confirmed by Baliakandi Thana Police Acting Officer (OC) AKM Azmal Hossain. “At the end of the jute match, there were 11 workers in the house feast Votvotte in the car,” he said. Their car was clash with Bhatiaparagami Faridpur express train from Kalukhali while cross the Jamalpurer Solakura relgate. Three workers were killed and eight injured in spot. They all work together in Madhukhalir Ashapurer Razzak Khan Jute. The injured were admitted to Faridpur Medical College Hospital and Baliakandi Upazila Health complex, Majnu Mridha died there. Still, the situation of three is precarious.

 

A three-member investigative committee has been formed to investigate the cause of the accident, said the Palace district administrator Mo. Shaukat Ali | “A committee has been formed to probe the accident,” he said. In addition, every family who has been in the train accident will be given 25 thousand rupees on behalf of the district administration.

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Four killed in Rajbari train collision

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Four killed in Injinchalit Bhatavatir clashes with Baliakandi Upazila train The accident took place on Friday afternoon at half-fitter in the Solakura relgate area of the Upazila Jamalpur Union. Nihtara Bjorn-Baliakandi Shahid Sheikh (22), son of Sarwar of the Baghutia village of Upazila Baharpur Union, is the son of the sardarer of the same village, Imran Sardar (22), Alek Mridhar son majnu Mridha (23) and Tulshi Borat, son of Sukur Ali Sakil Sheikh (20).

 

Confirmed by Baliakandi Thana Police Acting Officer (OC) AKM Azmal Hossain. “At the end of the jute match, there were 11 workers in the house feast Votvotte in the car,” he said. Their car was clash with Bhatiaparagami Faridpur express train from Kalukhali while cross the Jamalpurer Solakura relgate. Three workers were killed and eight injured in spot. They all work together in Madhukhalir Ashapurer Razzak Khan Jute. The injured were admitted to Faridpur Medical College Hospital and Baliakandi Upazila Health complex, Majnu Mridha died there. Still, the situation of three is precarious.

 

A three-member investigative committee has been formed to investigate the cause of the accident, said the Palace district administrator Mo. Shaukat Ali | “A committee has been formed to probe the accident,” he said. In addition, every family who has been in the train accident will be given 25 thousand rupees on behalf of the district administration.

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