JAMMU, Oct 6: Two bogies of Jammu bound Tata Moori Express 18101derailed near Hiranagar in Kathua district this afternoon. However, all passengers including the railway staff is safe as no one was injured in derailment of bogies.
According to reports, the two bogies of Tata Moori Express S -8 and S -10 which was on its way to Jammu derailed near Hiranagar Railway Station this afternoon.
Soon after the derailment of train the railway staff from Hiranagar and a team of Railway Police led by SHO Railway Station, Hiranagar Bhupinder Singh rushed to the spot and brought out the passengers from the two bogies. Seeing that all passengers were safe and sound they were asked to board the other bogies for their onward journey to Jammu.
Later, 13 bogies of the train out of 21 bogies left for Jammu after detaching the others. Four bogies including S-7, S-8, S-9 and S-10 are at Hiranagar.
The Train was on its way from Tata Nagar, Jharkhand to Jammu. It had left Jharkhand yesterday and had to reach Jammu by this evening.
The Railway authorities have, however, stopped two trains on Pathankot-Jammu track near Pathankot to clear the train traffic from here. They included Malwa Express and Super Fast. The SDPO Railways Diwinder Singh said that as soon as train traffic is cleared from here these two trains will be allowed to move towards Jammu.