The West Bengal government on Wednesday
gave its consent to the Union Home Ministry for a CBI inquiry
into the July 19 Sainthia rail accident in West Bengal`s
Birbhum district that left 66 passengers dead.
Railways have written to the
Home Ministry seeking a CBI probe into the Sainthia rail
accident on July 19 which claimed 66 lives.
The guard of the Uttarbanga Express Somnath Sengupta, driver of the Vananchal Express Md Nayeem and his assistant driver Wednesday appeared before the statutory inquiry here into Monday`s train disaster which claimed 66 lives.Jul 21, 2010, 15:43 PM IST
The toll in the train
collision at Sainthia station in Birbhum district rose to 66
today with three injured passengers of the Vananchal Express
succumbing to injuries at the Burdwan Medical College
Train services on the Khana-Rampurhat section of the Howrah division in Birbhum district, where a high speed express collided with another, were restored Tuesday.Jul 20, 2010, 10:02 AM IST
Railways on Monday cancelled three trains from Howrah and diverted as many in view of the train accident in Sainthia, which has claimed 60 lives.Jul 19, 2010, 14:07 PM IST