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IMGE/Ismailpur (2 PFs)
اسمیلپور     इसमाइलपुर

Track: Double Electric-Line

Type of Station: Regular
Number of Platforms: 2
Number of Halting Trains: 14
Number of Originating Trains: 0
Number of Terminating Trains: 0
State Highway 69
State: Bihar
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Elevation: 114 m above sea level
Zone: ECR/East Central
Division: Mughal Sarai
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Jul 23 2014 (19:17)  Railway Minister seek Bihar CM’s help for patrolling of Railway tracks in Bihar (www.railnews.co.in)
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News Entry# 186467     
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Jul 23 2014 (7:17PM)
Station Tag: Ismailpur/IMGE added by Ayush Kamal/726410
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इस्‍माइलपुर Ismailpur (IMGE): Railways Minister D.V.Sadananda Gowda said here on Wednesday that he will be contacting Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi to seek more help in the patrolling of railway tracks in that state’s Aurangabad District, where Maoists blew up the Delhi-Howrah railway track late on Tuesday night.
Expressing grief over the incident, Gowda said that though it was unfortunate, but he was relieved to hear that there were no casualties.
“Fortunately, no causalities have been reported. My officers detected the blast while patrolling. My officers and the state government, both took
great care in guarding the railway tracks and safety has been taken as priority. Due to precautions taken by the authorities, a further accident was avoided. The railway authorities have done a good job,” said Gowda.
“We are taking much care after this incident. The operations are being carried forward. Two-three Rajdhani Express trains moving from that side have been halted on the other side. The movement will start soon when the track will be set right,” he added.
Last night, Maoists blew up up the Delhi-Howrah railway track in Amamsilva village near Aurangabad District of Bihar. The incident happened despite tight security by the Indian Railways.
Jul 23 2014 (19:13)  Maoists blow up railway track in Mughalsarai Division of Bihar; traffic on Delhi-Howrah route hit (www.railnews.co.in)
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Jul 23 2014 (7:13PM)
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Jul 23 2014 (7:13PM)
Train Tag: Jodhpur-Howrah SF Express/12308 added by Ayush Kamal/726410

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Train Tag: Doon Express/13009 added by Ayush Kamal/726410

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Train Tag: Sealdah - New Delhi Rajdhani Express/12313 added by Ayush Kamal/726410

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Train Tag: Bhubaneswar-NewDelhi Rajdhani Express (via Bokaro)/22823 added by Ayush Kamal/726410

Jul 23 2014 (7:13PM)
Train Tag: Howrah - New Delhi Rajdhani Express (via Gaya)/12301 added by Ayush Kamal/726410
इस्‍माइलपुर Ismailpur (IMGE): Maoists blew up a portion of a railway track between Ismailpur and Rafiganj section of Mughal Sarai Division of East Central Railway, in Bihar, leading to derailment of a pilot engine running ahead of the Bhubaneshwar-New Delhi Rajdhani Express.
No casualty was reported in the blast that took place late Tuesday night, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Magadh range, P K Shrivastava told.
In Patna, Chief Public Relations Officer, East Central Railway, Arvind Kumar Rajak said the advance pilot engine running ahead of Bhubaneshwar-New Delhi Rajdhani Express jumped off
the track due to the incident.
Nearly one dozen mail and Express trains including three Rajdhani Express trains have been stranded at various places between Gaya and Mughalsarai due to the incident, Rajak said.
Railway minister Sadananda Gowda has asked for a report regarding the latest incident and said more safety measures would be set in place. Gowda said the damaged rail track would be repaired soon.
The blast was trigerred during a one-day bandh call called by the Maoists against police firing in Aurangabad and Rohtas districts.
The CPRO said that nearly three metre of the track has been damaged in the blast. Electric wire overhead has also been damaged, he said.
The DIG said that the blast appears to be a powerful one creating a four-feet deep crater.
Howrah-New Delhi Rajdhani Express, Bhubaneshwar-New Delhi Rajdhani Express, Sealdah-New Delhi Rajdhani Express, Jodhpur-Howrah Express and Doon Express were among the major trains stranded at various places.
This is for the second time in less than a month that the premium train — Rajdhani Express — has been targeted by the Maoists. The New Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express was derailed between Chhapra Kacheri and Goldenganj stations near Sonepur on June 25 killing four people and injuring many. Railway authorities had pointed towards ‘sabotage’ in the incident.
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