In the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, a passenger train was killed and at least 23 was killed and 81 was injured.
6 wagons of the Utkal Express from Haridwar and to Puri went off the rails at 05:50 local time near Khatauli in Muzaffarnagar, northern India.
At the end of the accident, 23 was killed and 81 was injured. Some of the wounded are reported to be in critical condition.
Many ambulances were shipped instead of accidents. Authorities have launched an investigation into the accident.
On the other hand, it was stated that the train tracks were cut in the images shared at the scene and that the incident was not an accident and the possibility of sabotage was high.
Meanwhile, National Railways Minister Suresh Purabhu said in a statement from his social media account that search and rescue work has ended and repair work has begun.
Purabhu also announced that they will pay 5 thousand 500 dollar compensation to relatives of the victims of the accident.