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KMV/Karmad (2 PFs)
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Railway Station Rd., Karmad, Tq. Aurangabad, Aurangabad Dist., Pin - 431007
State: Maharashtra

Elevation: 581 m above sea level
Zone: SCR/South Central   Division: Hazur Sahib Nanded

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May 08 2020 (20:24) Railways orders detail probe into Aurangabad accident (www.deccanherald.com)
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News Entry# 407106  Blog Entry# 4624307   
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May 08 2020 (20:24)
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Stations:  Aurangabad/AWB   Jalna/J   Karmad/KMV  
Indian Railways has  ordered a probe into the Aurangabad accident in which migrant workers died after run over by a goods train on Friday early morning.
"Ram Kripal, Commissioner of Railway Safety, South Central Circle, will hold an independent inquiry into today's labourers runover incident in Parbhani-Manmad section of Nanded Railway division of South Central Railway," the Railway Ministry said in a statement.
The probe will also findout whether there was any lapse on the part of patrolmen, who are tasked with keeping trespassers away from tracks. If the patrol team find any trespasser, it has
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to alert the nearest station for taking  precautionary measures, said an official.
Also read: It all happened in a flash, says Maharashtra train accident survivor
It is the patrolling team's duty to ensure everything is fine with tracks so that  trains can pass without any mishaps.
Officals in Rail Bhavan said that the incident happened in the mid section strech between Badnapur and Karmad stations. The probe will findout why local patrolling party failed to notice labourers sleeping on tracks, said an official. Though railways did not treat the incident as acciden and used terms such cases as  "trespassing", in  several instances railway announced ex-gratia to the next of kin of a victim on sympathetic grounds.
May 08 2020 (20:20) Rail safety watchdog calls for 'abundant caution' to avoid recurrence of such incident (www.deccanherald.com)
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News Entry# 407105  Blog Entry# 4624306   
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May 08 2020 (20:20)
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Stations:  Aurangabad/AWB   Jalna/J   Karmad/KMV  
After 16 migrant workers sleeping on railway tracks were mowed down by a goods train, Chief Commissioner of Railway Safety Shailesh Pathak has written to the Railway Board Chairman, calling for abundant caution and requesting him to issue instructions to ensure that such an accident does not recur.
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The 16 people, walking back home during the coronavirus-triggered lockdown, were killed after a goods train ran over them near the Karmad railway station in Aurangabad district in Maharashtra on Friday morning.
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Commission of Railway Safety, which investigates all serious rail accidents and clears all rail projects, also said that now that such an incident of migrant or other persons walking along the tracks leading to consequent deaths have come to notice, all-out efforts must be made to prevent recurrence of such incidents in future.
"Under such circumstances, as an abundant precaution, it is essential that all railway personnel connected with train operation, maintenance and patrolling activities should be cautioned to immediately communicate any such occurrence of persons walking along the track, if noticed by them, to the nearest station so that necessary action like Caution Order to all passing trains (can be taken)," he said.
In his letter to Railway Board Chairman V K Yadav, he also said that this protocol is already part of duties of all railway servants under the Indian Railways (Open Line) General Rules, 1976.
"In view of the aforesaid, it is requested to immediately issue suitable directions to all Zonal Railways to avoid recurrence of such unfortunate incidents in future," he said.
The Commission of Railway Safety comes under the civil aviation ministry and investigates all railway accidents.
The railways has already ordered a probe under Ram Kripal, Commissioner of Railway Safety, South Central Circle, who will hold an independent inquiry into the accident, the Railway Ministry announced.
Sources said that what is being probed is the role of patrolmen who are tasked with keeping trespassers away from tracks and also alert the nearest station about any incident.
While the railways does not treat these incidents as "railway accidents" and terms runover cases as "trespassing", there have been instances in the past where it has offered ex-gratia to the next of kin of a victim on sympathetic grounds.
In the 2017 Elphinstone bridge collapse incident in which 23 people were killed and 39 injured in Mumbai, the railways had given ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh to the next of kin of those killed in the incident, Rs 1 lakh for those seriously injured and Rs 50,000 to people who suffered simple injuries.
The railways has not yet announced any ex gratia in the Aurangabad accident.
May 08 2020 (20:17) Maharashtra train accident: It all happened in a flash, says survivor (www.deccanherald.com)
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News Entry# 407104  Blog Entry# 4624304   
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May 08 2020 (20:17)
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Stations:  Aurangabad/AWB   Jalna/J   Karmad/KMV  
Survivors of the Aurangabad train accident frantically raised alarm to alert their group members sleeping on tracks about a fast-approaching freight train, but it all went in vain as 16 of them were crushed to death at the crack of dawn on Friday.
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Chilling details emerged about the tragedy involving a group of migrant workers who were on their way to native places in Madhya Pradesh on foot from Maharashtra and had taken a break to rest on rail tracks out of sheer fatigue.
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accident left 16 migrant workers dead and one injured while three others survived. All of them were working in a steel manufacturing in Jalna, a district adjoining Aurangabad in central Maharashtra, and were heading home in the amidst of coronavirus-enforced lockdown, officials said.
Read: Train runs over migrant workers in Aurangabad; 16 dead
It all happened in a flash of a second, says Virendra Singh Gaur, one of the survivors of the Aurangabad train run over incident involving migrants. 
He worked in a private MSME in Jalna,  that is now shut because of the COVID-19 India lockdown.
"I was worried about my wife,  kids and parents back home," says Virendra, who hails form Mamen village in Umaria district of Shadol division of Madhya Pradesh.
"We started at 7 pm last evening,  we kept on walking along the road and then tracks," he said,  adding that they wanted to go to Bhusawal and then move towards their home state.
"We were tired,  it was around 4 am when we decided to take some rest," he said,  adding that while he and a colleague were a bit behind, others were ahead.
"While resting,  we saw the train coming...they were sitting along the rails we shouted to alert them, we ran towards them but the train just passed like a flash," he said.
Also Read: Coronavirus India update: State-wise total number of confirmed cases
The survivors were identified as Inderlal Dhurve (20 district Mandla), Virendrasingh Gaur (27, district Umaria) and Shivman Singh Gaur (27, district Shahdol) and the injured Sajjan Singh (resident of Khajeri district).
A video clip from the scene of the tragedy showed the mutilated bodies of migrant workers lying on the tracks and nearby with their meagre personal belongings scattered around.
Meanwhile, Shiv Sena leader and state minister Sandipan Bhumre and Member of Legislative Assembly Ambadas Danve visited the Government Medical College and Hospital here and met the injured.
Danve said, "The state government is making efforts to send migrant workers to their home states. People should have patience."
The deceased includeed Dhansingh Gond, Nirlesh Singh Gond, Buddharaj Singh Gond, Rabendra Singh Gond, Rajbohram Paras Singh, Dharmendra Singh Gond, Shreedayal Singh Suresh Singh Kaul, Santosh Napit, Brijesh Bheyadin (all from Shahdol district), Bigendra Singh, Pradeep Singh Gond, Nemshah singh Munim singh (all Umaria district).
One of the deceased was identified as Acchelal Singh, but his native district was not yet known, police officials said, adding another vicitm was yet to be identified.
May 08 2020 (18:15) Exhausted Migrants Fell Asleep On Tracks. 15 Run Over By Train (www.ndtv.com)
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News Entry# 407097  Blog Entry# 4624279   
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Maharashtra: The migrant workers who had been walking home slept on the tracks.
Migrants were walking from Jalna to Bhusaval, 157 km apart. They assumed trains were not running due to lockdown. There were reportedly no children in the group.
Mumbai: Fifteen migrant workers in a group of 20 were killed after a cargo train ran over them while they were sleeping on the tracks in Maharashtra's Aurangabad this morning, the railways said. The migrants were walking from Jalna to Bhusaval, 157 km apart. Four of the survivors, who are in shock, are
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being counselled by the police, senior police officer Mokshada Patil said. The fifth survivor has been admitted to hospital with injuries."We are counselling the survivors before we speak to them for more details," Ms Patil said. The police said the migrants, who were headed to Madhya Pradesh, likely assumed that trains were not running due to the coronavirus lockdown and exhausted from walking a long distance, slept off on the tracks. They were run over by the passing train at 5.15 am today at the district 360 km from Mumbai. The tracks were strewn with footwear and other personal belongings. Even the rotis they were carrying for their journey were seen on the tracks. There were reportedly no children in the group. The Railway Ministry tweeted the driver tried to stop the train."During early hours today after seeing some labourers on track, loco pilot of goods train tried to stop the train but eventually hit them between Badnapur and Karmad stations in Parbhani-Manmad section. Injured have been taken to Aurangabad Civil Hospital. Inquiry has been ordered," the Railway Ministry tweeted. During early hours today after seeing some labourers on track, loco pilot of goods train tried to stop the train but eventually hit them between Badnapur and Karmad stations in Parbhani-Manmad section. Injured have been taken to Aurangabad Civil Hospital. Inquiry has been ordered— Ministry of Railways (@RailMinIndia) May 8, 2020Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted "all possible assistance" is being provided. "Extremely anguished by the loss of lives due to the rail accident in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. Have spoken to Railway Minister Shri Piyush Goyal and he is closely monitoring the situation. All possible assistance required is being provided," PM Modi tweeted. Extremely anguished by the loss of lives due to the rail accident in Aurangabad, Maharashtra. Have spoken to Railway Minister Shri Piyush Goyal and he is closely monitoring the situation. All possible assistance required is being provided.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) May 8, 2020Former Maharashtra Speaker Haribhau Bagde, who is also the MLA from Phulambri, visited the accident site.Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan gave his condolences and spoke with Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, seeking help for the families of the workers who died in the accident. Mr Chouhan also announced Rs 5 lakh compensation for their families.Mr Chouhan is in touch with Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray for arrangements related to treatment of the injured migrants, officials in Madhya Pradesh said. Though several states have been running "Shramik" special trains for migrants who need to return home for emergency reasons, many have started walking back on their own.In Uttar Pradesh, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has said no migrant worker should walk back home from big cities like Delhi. Comments

Jan 13 2019 (08:29) Pit line at Aurangabad Railway Station demanded (epaperlokmat.in)
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The hearing on petition submitted for getting permission to establishing a new railway pit line has completed and orders are expected soon. The new pit line will help in starting new trains and repairing and maintenance of trains from Aurangabad.

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