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dated February 19, 1954: Railway accidents

Mr. Shah Nawaz Khan, Parliamentary Secretary to the Railway Minister, told Mrs. Kamlendumati Shah in the House of the People that railway accidents caused by sabotage in the past three years numbered 27. Of these, eight were serious. Asked if the people responsible for these accidents had been rounded up and prosecuted, Mr. Shah Nawaz Khan said the matter referred to sabotage in the railways. That was primarily a matter of law and order which should have been dealt with by the State Governments concerned. He had, however, no information on that point. The number of cases in which passengers were robbed or murdered or thrown out of compartments of running trains on the Northern Railway during 1953 was four, one and two respectively.

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