Vande Bharath Express India’s fastest train, after its launch of one day, broke down on Saturday morning, leaving it stranded.
The occurred around 15km away from the Tundla junction in Uttar Pradesh, around 200km away from the national capital. According to railway officials, the train began making a “weird noise” early on Saturday morning after which its breaks jammed in one of the trailing coaches.
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In India’s fastest train, Vande Bharath Express has Four coaches of the train experienced an electrical outage. This was not the commercial run of the train. The commercial operations will start from Sunday, February 17. The launch event took place without any flower decoration.
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India’s fastest train Vande Bharath express first halt was at Kanpur Central Railway station in Uttar Pradesh. Along, the route many people clicked photos, and recorded videos as the train passed them very fastly from them. If you would like to get more updates just follow our website techslice.