The newly launched Varanasi-Vadodara Mahamana Express is in a bad shape after wrapping up its first trip on Sunday. A number of amenities were reportedly stolen from the train, officials said.
When the train returned to Vadodara from Varanasi, officials from the Vadodara yard of Western Railway found that three lavatory taps from the general coach, four hand showers and two carpets that were placed between coaches were missing, Mumbai Mirror reported. The condition of toilets and seats was especially bad. Scratches were also noticed on many seats and the mirrors were in a near-broken state. Rail officials, however, are clueless about the passengers who stole passenger amenities from train. Read More…
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