MUZAFFARPUR: A massive fire broke out on the Garib Rath Express at the Muzaffarpur Junction in Bihar on Wednesday. The fire erupted in the G-15 compartment of the train, which was scheduled to leave for Anand Vihar Terminus in New Delhi at 3:00 pm. Luckily, no injuries have been reported in the incident so far.
According to initial reports, the fire was caused by a short circuit. The exact extent of the damage caused by the fire is yet to be ascertained. Firefighters and railway officials rushed to the spot immediately to control the fire, and efforts to douse the blaze are currently underway.
The incident has caused panic among passengers and railway authorities. However, they are being assured that all necessary steps are being taken to ensure their safety. Officials have also urged people not to spread rumors and wait for official information.
Garib Rath Express is a popular train service that operates between Bihar and New Delhi, catering to the needs of many daily commuters. The incident is a cause of concern and highlights the need for better maintenance and safety measures on trains to prevent such accidents in the future.
Authorities are expected to launch a thorough investigation into the matter and take necessary steps to ensure the safety of passengers. More details on the incident are awaited.