Officials of a local court made a vain bid to attach the engine of a passenger train here in connection with a case of non-payment of enhanced compensation for land acquired for a railway project nearly 20 years ago, causing a flutter.
Seeking to execute the November 23 order of the sub-court, its officials along with petitioners had reached the railway junction here Friday and sought to attach the engine of the Tirupati-Puducherry fast passenger train.
However, even as the officials were conveying the court order, the train left the station. The move to attach the engine caused a flutter in the station. Read More
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