In the accident that occurred in India, the train entered the crowd gathered to watch the Dussehra festival. It was announced that 100 people died.
Punjab state political leader Amarinder Singh said in a statement that he would set out to oversee relief and rescue operations towards the state's capital as soon as he could.
The accident, the local people celebrated with enthusiasm in the fall of the popular Hindu festival Dussehra traditionally held during the ritual of the burning of the statue was lived during the time passed.
During Eid celebrations, Hindus set the devil-shaped statue on fire with fireworks and combustible materials. Meanwhile, those who could not hear the arrival of the train due to the loud noise remained under the train. Eid celebrations turned into a disaster.
It was learned that most of the losses came from the two wagons next to the engine that was damaged and turned upside down.