Monday, May 27, 2013

Annual Increment denial to employees who retire after putting in more than Six Months of Service in the year of retirement – Government has no proposal to revise the policy – Minister replies in Rajya Sabha

Mukherjee asks railway probationers to dedicate life and services to nation's cause

A group of 56 probationers of the Indian Railway Accounts Service (IRAS), Indian Railway Personnel Service (IRPS) and Indian Railways Service of Stores called on President Pranab Mukherjee at the Rashtrapati Bhavan here on Monday.

Newspoint Bureau

Jammu Tawi, May 26
Five bogies of two trains-Shalimar Express and Ahmadabad-Jammu Express caught fire under "mysterious" circumstances at Jammu Tawi Railway Station here this evening. No loss to human loss was reported in the incident. Police arrested a suspected youth from Railway Station.

Goods train derails in Dima Hasao

SILCHAR: Five boggies of a goods train derailed between the Lower Haflong and Bagetar stations on the Lumding-Silcharmetregauge section under the NF Railway at 11pm on Saturday.

Bed bugs on train, railways told to pay compensation

R. Sivaraman

Consumer forum says railways can’t get away saying coaches are maintained by private contractors

Maoists remove rails at Jagdalpur, Kirandul section

27th May 2013 

Sunday, May 26, 2013

Five bogies of goods train derail

Five bogies of a goods train derailed affecting rail services in Lumding-Badarpur metre gauge railway section in Assam's Dima Hasao district.

Chennai: Forty-eight-year-old EMU motorman Manohar might have died on duty yesterday, but his name would be preserved for posterity as a symbol of duty consciousness by the railway department.

It was around 3.40 pm that Manohar fell unconscious while piloting the Gummidipoondi-MMC  EMU at Kaverapettai with well over a 100 passengers aboard. Motorman of an EMU running in the opposite direction (MMC-Gummidipoondi) noticed the flasher light blinking, stopped the train and rushed to the ‘halted’ EMU along with the guard, where Manohar was found lying unconscious on the floor.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Surveillance cameras to be installed at railway reservation offices

Staff Reporter

The move is aimed at arresting the menace of agents and middlemen at major railway stations

A first in zero unmanned crossings

23rd May 2013 12:07 PM
Soon, the state will wave a red flag to bloody accidents at unmanned rail crossings. Come June, Kerala will become the first state in the country to claim the status of ‘zero’ unmanned level crossings. Since the national target set by the Railway Board for totally eliminating unmanned level crossings is 2015, Kerala will have a two-year headstart over many states.

Welders take shortcuts to finish rail tracks quickly

CHENNAI: The rails on the Arakkonam-Mahendrawadi section of Southern Railway, where 11 coaches of the Muzzafarpur-Yeshwantpur Express derailed on April 10, were welded together using a technique considered the best. But this is not foolproof. One person was killed and 32 injured in the April 10 accident.

Railway employees, touts caught red-handed

Staff Reporter
As many as 252 railway employees and 116 railway touts were caught red-handed, indulging in reservation malpractices, during the decoy checks conducted by the Northern Railway vigilance squads between March 1 and May 17.

Ludhiana, May 21
The Railway Protection Force (RPF) raided a travel agent’s office at Giaspura and seized 219 fake tickets of advance booking  here today.

Khanna, May 21
A major tragedy was averted when an engine of a goods train caught fire. The train was stopped at the Khanna railway station as soon as the driver witnessed.

Pakistan, rusting in its tracks

Monday, May 20, 2013

Annual General Meeting of German Train Drivers Union(GDL –Germeinsam Zugkunft bewegen) on 13.05.2013
Kassel, 23.04.2013
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The Board invites all the GDL Kassel Kassel Miglieder the floor one at a general meeting. This will take place on Monday, 13.05.2013 at the restaurant "Zum Schillereck," Schiller Strasse 45, Kassel.
The start is scheduled for 16:00 clock. , The invitation and agenda has been received by all of our members by mail or by postal service.
We ask for an active participation.
The Executive Board of the GDL Kassel

Union calls for protection for train drivers

9 May 2013
ASLEF general secretary Mick Whelan today called for greater protection for train drivers from vandals and trespassers on the railways as two more trains were attacked. ‘This is becoming an everyday occurrence,’ Mick said. ‘Our members have the right to go about their occupation without worrying about their safety – and if the driver is under attack, so too are the passengers.’
Micksays sooner or later these attacks will lead to a major incident and he calledfor greater education in schools, on stations and within communities to warnpotential vandals of the seriousness of this dangerous anti-social behaviour.
Thechair of the union’s Motherwell branch was injured when a stone was thrownthrough his window as he drove betweenBlantyre and Newton stations just after 22:00 on Wednesday, and a Preston toLondon Virgin Pendolino train was delayed for three hours at Crewe after itwas attacked by youths who caused £6,000 worth of damage.
‘Tossing objects at trains isnot a bit of fun,’ Mick says. ‘It is a dangerous vandalism that could lead to aloss of life.’
Mick called for a continual processof education, rather than just ‘an outbreak of activity’ after an incident.


ASLEF is Britain's trade union for train drivers. Its 18,500+ members are employed in the train operating companies, the freight companies, London Underground and some Light Rapid Transport.
The first recorded meeting of the 'Associated Society of Locomotive Steam Enginemen and Firemen' was held on 7 February 1880 and its first monthly magazine was published eight years later. The union has seen its members working 12 or 16 hour days and six day weeks; it has fought major industrial disputes; it has seen nationalisation and privatisation; it has witnessed massive growth in the railways and the slashing cuts of Beeching. Throughout it all, it has continued to advance the opinions of its members with dignity, force and coherence that should be expected of the UK's foremost craft union.
Today the union's head office is located at 75-77 St John Street, London EC1M 4NN. The union's day to day direction is overseen by the Executive Committee. Each of its 8 regions has a District Organiser and an Executive Committee member, while the main negotiations with employers are undertaken by Company Council Representatives.
The union also has a retired members section and three consultative committees representing members who are women, black and ethnic and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender. It is affiliated to the Trades Union Congress and to the Labour Party.

Railgate: CBI documents validate phone intercepts

Abhishek Sharan, Hindustan Times  New Delhi, May 20, 2013
The CBI has gathered adequate corroborative clues to authenticate the reliability of the 1,000-odd telephonic intercepts made by its special unit that led to the cracking of the bribery case allegedly involving suspended railway board member Mahesh Kumar and Vijay Singla, the nephew of former railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal.

Railgate: CBI documents validate phone intercepts

Abhishek Sharan, Hindustan Times  New Delhi, May 20, 2013
The CBI has gathered adequate corroborative clues to authenticate the reliability of the 1,000-odd telephonic intercepts made by its special unit that led to the cracking of the bribery case allegedly involving suspended railway board member Mahesh Kumar and Vijay Singla, the nephew of former railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal.

Railways plans to install bio-toilets on more trains

AURANGABAD: Buoyed by the successful installation of 48 bio-toilets on tow long-distance trains, the South Central Railway (SCR) has decided to replace the existing excreta disposal systems in trains such as Secunderabad-Manmad Ajantha Express that passes through Nizambad, Nanded, Aurangabad and Manmad.

In January this year, the SCR had installed bio-toilets on two of its trains, Kacheguda-Bangalore Express and HussainSagar Hyderabad-Mumbai Express, at Rs 80,000 each. Satisfied by the results, the SCR authorities have decided to go a step ahead and install the bio-toilets on some more trains.

The SCR is viewing the bio-toilets as a solution to the hazards of the conventional ones fitted in the trains, as the facility, by allowing night soil to fall on the tracks, cause unhygienic conditions and corrosion to the rails and coach fittings. This, in turn, endangers safety. The passengers use the toilets while the trains are on platforms and the tracks get scattered with excreta, creating unpleasant situation for those on the platforms.

A senior railway official said maintaining cleanliness at railway stations, especially the tracks, is a daunting task for the railways in the face of the ban on the manual scavengering and track maintenance staff also has to face difficulties in maintaining the tracks.

The bio-toilets, jointly developed by Railway Research Design and Standard Organisation and Defence Research Development Establishment, have six compartments each and inoculums (bacteria) are used to decompose the night soil.

The night soil from commode enters the bio-tank, where the inoculums are stored, and get decomposed by the bacteria. Following this the decomposed substance enter a chlorine-filled tank, where it further gets treated. The final output is just water and gas. The bio-toilets with provision to replenish inoculum and chlorine are making the facility more preferable and easy to maintain.

Railway officials maintained that the SCR was set to fit 200 more bio-toilets on three more trains, including Ajantha Express that passes through the Marathwada region, in a couple of months.

An official said with simple design, less maintenance and easier fitment procedure, the eco-friendly bio-toilets will ensure zero discharge of night soil on the ground. "The arrangement will ensure clean environment and hygienic conditions of the railway stations and the tracks," the official added.

Workers against ICF sharing know-how with private players

M. Dinesh Varma

Sunday, May 19, 2013

45th Session of the Indian Labour Conference Concludes with A Resolve to Provide Universal Social Security Coverage and Assured Pension to the Entire Working Population
The 45th Session of the Indian Labour Conference (ILC) today concluded with a resolve to provide universal social security coverage and assured pension to the entire working population. 

Fund crunch to delay railway projects in North East

May 18, 2013

Rail brass makes full use of second homes worth up to Rs 50, 000 in extra income

By Maneesh Pandey

CBI director Ranjit Sinha may be insisting that a probe be held against RPF Association secretary general U S Jha for "retaining accommodation despite retirement and against formal entitlement", but some of the top railway officers enjoying double housing benefits seem to have flown under the radar.
the railways
The gravy train
The Railways, with an annual loss of a staggering Rs 27,000 crore, is riddled with corruption. Unless concerted efforts are made to put it back on track and come down hard on those out to milk it dry, there may soon be no option but to privatise the bleeding behemoth, as many countries around the world have already done.
By Girja Shankar Kaura

Hawala route for bribe payment in railway scam: CBI

New Delhi: The hawala route was used for payment of bribe money in the Railway graft scandal, a preliminary probe by CBI showed, as the agency asked senior Railway officials to join its investigations. As the scandal put Railway Minister P K Bansal in the dock after his nephew Vijay Singla was among the arrested in the alleged Rs 10 crore Railway bribery scandal, the agency shortlisted 500 phone calls for scrutiny from out of the 1,000 intercepted calls mainly among the four arrested accused.
DIG leaked raid info: CBI official
Rajinder Nagarkoti
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, May 18
The CBI DIG, Mahesh Aggarwal, had allegedly leaked the information of a raid by the Delhi CBI at the residence of former Union Railways Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal’s nephew Vijay Singla in Sector 28. A CBI Inspector posted at the Chandigarh office has levelled these allegations against Mahesh Aggarwal in his affidavit submitted before the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT).

Govt firmly committed to partnering with unions, industry for growth: PM

Aditi Nigam

Rail unions demand transparency in top-level appointments

Our Bureau
Write to Cabinet Secretary; AIRF fears 4-5 lakh promotions will be delayed
Vacancies in Railway posts should be filled in advance and on seniority basis, the largest union of Indian Railways, the All-India Railwaymen’s Federation (AIRF), has said.

Over 6,400 railway employees came under graft charges

Over 6,400 railway employees are facing departmental proceedings for being allegedly involved in corruption during 2012.

Saturday, May 18, 2013


Railways to improve safety levels with communications-based control system

Indian Railways plans to roll out a communications-based train management system that provides higher precision in locating trains when compared to the conventional signalling systems, S. Manohar, Chief Signal and Telecommunication Engineer, Southern Railway, said on Friday.
Today at National Industrial Tribunal (NIT) Mumbai
Railway has brought various documents to substantiate their stand.Next hearing fixed on 15.07.2013. AILRSA filed an application to stall newly constituted Empowered Committee on Running Allowance.

Friday, May 17, 2013

Loco pilots go on strike, demand proper facilities

MADURAI: Loco pilots, affiliated to an employee union staged a flash strike for two hours in the Madurai division on Thursday protesting the alleged ill-treatment meted out to one of their counterparts.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

CBI chief Ranjit Sinha under fire for 'acting out of vendetta'

NEW DELHI: CBI chief Ranjit Sinha on Wednesday found himself at the centre of a raging controversy with the railway police association attacking him for targeting officers out of vendetta and BJP accusing the agency of a political motive in chargesheeting senior Rajasthan leader Gulab Chand Kataria.

Revamp Indian Railways

By S N Mathur     16th May 2013 
Indian Railways is in the news again, but for all the wrong reasons. Is it symptomatic of the malaise gnawing at the vitals of this pre-eminent undertaking of the government? The sores on its body are showing up only now. The organisation is in dire need of reforms. It is time to consider the changes being wrought in some of the other major railway systems.

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Sri Lanka opens first railway to former war-torn north
Xinhua | 2013-5-15  
By Agencies

Increasing access to the former war- torn north, the Sri Lankan government on Tuesday opened the first phase of a 650-million-US dollar railway after 30 years of suspension and pledged to continue infrastructure development in the region, an official said.

In 2 yrs, rlys spent Rs 12 lakh on vandalised ATVMs

PRIYAL DAVE Tue May 14 2013

OVER the past two years, Central and Western Railway have spent nearly Rs 12 lakh to replace touch screens of 44 automatic ticket vending machines (ATVMs) that were vandalised. The cost of replacing a touch screen is around Rs 28,000, sources said.

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Rail bribery scam probe to be over in 3 months: CBI chief

 Tuesday, May 14, 2013,
New Delhi: The probe into the bribery scandal that led to resignation of Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal is expected to be completed within three months, CBI Director Ranjit Sinha said on Tuesday.

13 trains booked for Lalu rally

Patna, May 14:  
With tomorrow’s Parivartan rally considered crucial to reassert the popularity of RJD chief Lalu Prasad, the party has booked 13 trains to transport people to the event here.

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Old Luxury Trains from "Golden Age of Rail Travel" at Grand Central Terminal

Historical train cars from the "Golden Age of Rail Travel" went on display inside New York City's Grand Central Terminal on Friday (May 10).

The display is part of Grand Central Terminal's ongoing Centennial celebration, honoring the terminal's 100-year history.

Rail bribery scam: Phone taps sent to forensic lab

PTI  New Delhi, May 11, 2013
CBI has sent intercepted phone conversations to the Central Forensic Science Laboratory to identify the voices of suspects in the Rs. 10 crore railway bribery scandal which saw the resignation of Pawan Bansal as the railway minister.

Rail bribery scam: CBI gets 90 days to file chargesheet

The agency is currently in the process of questioning senior rail board members, ministry officials
Central Bureau of Investigation will file a chargesheet within the next three months in connection with the rail bribery scam. CBI is in the process of questioning senior rail board members and ministry officials. It will question Pawan Kumar Bansal, who resigned as the rail minister yesterday, soon with regards to the appointment of Mahesh Kumar member (staff), railway board.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

CBI links Railway Protection Force to cash-for-jobs scam: Sources

Arunoday Mukharji CNN-IBN | 11-May 13

New Delhi: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has secured key leads linking Railway Protection Force (RPF) to Recruitment Scam to Railway cash-for jobs scam, said sources. CBI sources added that RPF officials played key role in dubious recruitment deals.

Over 200 Karnataka legislators are multi-millionaires

Over 200 members of the newly elected 225-member Karnataka assembly are 'crorepatis' (multi-millionaires), said an election watchdog after analyzing their declared assets.
Of 218 assets studied by the Karnataka Election Watch (KEW) showed that 203 of them, that is 93 percent, are "crorepatis", up from 63 percent who were 'crorepatis' in the ougoing assembly, the NGO said in a release Friday.

Shanghai mulls air train scheme

By Wu Jin

The Shanghai skyline looks set to get a new addition as the city makes plans to build new air train tracks to ease growing traffic congestion.
The cutting-edge technology of air trains, first introduced in Europe, comprises high-rise tracks and "hanging trains" which feature all-electric motorized suspended trains which will zigzag among Shanghai's skyscrapers.

Dearth of stationmasters puts rail safety in jeopardy

S. Anil Radhakrishnan
Posts of 79 stationmasters vacant in Thiruvananthapuram division
The surrender of 45 additional posts of stationmasters, their increasing work load, and the move to abolish posts of platform-duty stationmasters have once again put rail safety in jeopardy.

Irregular postings in RPF under CBI lens

Some top appointments including that of RPF DG P K Mehta and others in the railway ministry are under the scanner.

Railway clerk threatens passenger

SURAT: Pritesh Randive, a senior executive with a public sector company, who had gone to book tickets at the ticket window on platform number 4 for his son and mother-in-law, who were visiting Ahmedabad on Friday, found himself on the receiving end of a booking clerk.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Indian Railways issues RFQ for diesel loco plant

INDIA's Ministry of Railways has invited requests for qualification (RFQ) to establish a new diesel locomotive factory at Marhowra, in the Saran district of Bihar province.

Railway bribery scam: CBI to question Pawan Kumar Bansal today?

 Thursday, May 09, 2013, Zee Media Bureau
1. Save as otherwise, a berth or a seat reserved in the name of a person shall be used only by the person and shall not be transferable to any other person.

2. Chief Reservation Supervisor of important stations are authorized by Railway Administration to permit the change of name of a passenger having a seat or berth reserved in his name in the following circumstances namely :

Konkan Railway Corporation Limited invites 60 Assistant Loco Pilot

Konkan Railway Corporation Limited

The Bansal episode and the backward journey of Indian Railways

Rail Roaded

May 07 2013, 01:08 IST
Railway procurement systems need a thorough revamp if corruption in appointments is to be curbed

Rail officer wanted board post, GM job

DC | Manish Anand | 06th May 2013

From Coalgate to Rail bribe: How Ranjit Sinha is redeeming the CBI

by May 8, 2013

After wasting Rs.250 crore of the tax payers’ money in pursuing the Bofors scam for 25 years and giving a clean chit to Italian businessman Ottavio Quattrocchi and others at the end of it, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is witnessing one of its best moments today.

Railway officers want Dept of Personnel to handle promotions, postings

Santanu Sanyal
Federation of Railway Officers’ Associations seeks Cabinet Secretary's intervention

Railway bribery scam: Mamu will fix Kumar’s posting, Singla boasted

Bansal must quit, says railway union

K. Balchand

‘Keeping posts vacant from bottom to top give room for corruption and discrimination’

Railway bribery scam: Sunil Kumar Gupta, wife taken on boards of firms

CHANDIGARH: Even as Sunil Kumar Gupta, the auditor for Railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal's sons' firms was nominated as a director at the state-run Canara Bank, he and his wife were handed out lucrative profiles in companies run by Bansal clan.

CBI quizzes Bansal’s private secretary

NEW DELHI: Allegations of a powerful clique in railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal's office centering on his private secretary Rahul Bhandari of several years have led the CBI to the official with the agency speaking to Bhandari on Wednesday.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013


ACD system yet to see light of the day
07 May 2013,
ACD system yet to see light of the day
New Delhi: The past track record of the Railways on the safety front has been dismal. Even though there have been major accidents claiming several lives, the Railways are yet to install anti-collision devices (ACDs) in trains to prevent train mishaps.

Railway bribery: Close aide of Pawan Bansal's nephew surrenders

Arunima, CNN-IBN | Updated May 07, 2013

Tip of the iceberg? Scanner on more rail appointments

Railgate: The signal came from an insider

Aman Sharma, ET Bureau May 6, 2013,
(Cops outside PK Bansal’s…)
NEW DELHI: A tip-off from a disgruntled officer three months ago led CBI to eventually arrest railway minister PK Bansal's nephew Vijay Singla red-handed while accepting a bribe, plunging the government into yet another crisis.

Railways the most corrupt govt department: CVC data

Rail bribe scam: CBI likely to interrogate Pawan Kumar Bansal

May 6, 2013

Railway bribery case: One more accused arrested

5 May 2013
sns & agencies
NEW DELHI, 5 MAY: The CBI today arrested one more accused in the Railway bribery scandal involving Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal's nephew and a board member, taking the total number of those apprehended to nine.

Railway bribery scam: A return gift by CBI director Ranjit Sinha?

by May 6, 2013

Last year, when the UPA stonewalled the stiff opposition of the BJP in appointing Ranjit Sinha as the CBI director, would it have ever imagined that their chosen man would bring them big trouble in near future?
If he exposed the meddling of the government in Coalgate investigation probably under the fear of judicial reprimand, the bribery expose against Railway Minister Pawan Kumar Bansal’s nephew appears to be his personal contribution.

Monday, May 6, 2013

Railway bribery case: CBI hunts for Bansal's another nephew
06 May 2013, 07:16 PM
New Delhi: In further embarrassment for the Union Railway Minister, name of Pawan Kumar Bansal’s another nephew has surfaced in the ‘job for sale’ scandal.

Railway bribery case: CBI probing nexus between RPF, middlemen

Corruption is no one’s monopoly: Sibal

Staff Reporter

‘Bharatiya Janata Party has a history of demanding resignations’

When it rains, it pours

If misfortunes never come singly, who should know it better than a party and government whose fate through the past four years has been to lurch from scam to scam, crisis to crisis?

Arrested railway officer sent to two days of transit remand by Mumbai Court

Staff Reporter
Member of Railway Board Mahesh Kumar was on Saturday sent to two days’ transit remand by the Sessions Court here.

Bansal's fate uncertain

Smita Gupta

Congress Core Group likely to meet today to take a final view

CBI probe fails to establish Bansal role in cash-for-job scam

 May 6 -- The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)'s preliminary probe into the railway bribery case has failed to establish the involvement of railway minister Pawan Kumar Bansal, though the agency has arrested nine accused, including his nephew Vijay Singla in the case.

Railway Board Chairman cancels visit to Madurai, Thiruvananthapuram

Special Correspondent

1 more held in Railgate

May 6, 2013

CBI gets custody of 3 more accused 

Saturday, May 4, 2013

Saga of Railways: Stink of corruption and woes of commuters
 Posted by: Maitreyee Updated: Saturday, May 4, 2013, 
 Those who travel by Indian Railways very well know the stink that block the nostrils, the moment you board a train. Ill-managed, badly-equipped, accident prone, unsafe and dirty trains are no new to commuters.

AC problem on double-decker train

DC | S. Thirunavukkarasu | 04th May 2013

Historic Indian steam locos to run again in England amid extravaganza on weekend

Saturday, May 4, 2013, 11:52 IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA
Two historic engines, now in working order are scheduled to haul passenger trains on both days, with departures every 50 minutes from 10.40am to 3.40pm.


Railway Board bribery case: CBI arrests Pawan Bansal's nephew

northern railways election
NRMU, URMU get recognition
Charanjit Singh Teja
Tribune News Service

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Use of CNG/LNG in Train Operation
One DEMU Power Car (DPC) of Shakurbasti Diesel Shed has been converted to CNG-diesel dual-fuel mode and is running successfully for the last few years. Three contracts have been awarded for CNG conversion of 50 numbers of DPCs.

Expenditure on Fuel in Railways
The increase in the rates of High Speed Diesel (HSD) oil in January 2013 has added Rs. 3,300 crore to the annual fuel bill of Railways.
Shri Mahesh Kumar Takes Over as Member Staff Railway Board

 Shri Mahesh Kumar has taken over as Member (Staff) Railway Board and ex officio Secretary to the Government of India. Prior to this posting, Shri Mahesh Kumar was General Manager, Western Railway (WR) (Headquarter: Churchgate,Mumbai).

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

The Union Cabinet has approved the proposal of the Ministry of Railways for setting up of an Electric Locomotive Factory at Madhepura, Bihar and a Diesel Locomotive Factory at Marhowra, Bihar, to start afresh the bidding processes for these projects.

Sri Arunendra Kumar took over Member mechanical of Railway Board
Shri Arunendra Kumar has taken over as Member (Mechanical) Railway Board and ex officio Secretary to the Government of India.

Railways to go for new bidding for Bihar locomotive units

NEW DELHI: Cancelling the previous tender finalized during Lalu Prasad's tenure as Railway Minister for setting up two multi-crore rupee locmotive projects in Bihar, government today decided to start a afresh bidding process for them with changed terms and conditions.

ECoR's cleanliness drive: 9435 fined, Rs 6.2 lakh collected

Emergency medical tool van turns to ash

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