Vande Bharat Express passengers stranded! The passengers of India’s fastest engine-less, self-propelled Vande Bharat Express recently faced a tough time. On Sunday, passengers in some coaches of the Varanasi-Delhi Vande Bharat Express were stranded inside the semi-high speed train for almost an hour without fan, lights and air conditioning when its auxiliary converter failed.
According to railway officials, the AC of the ‘Make in India’ Train 18 stopped working 10 minutes before reaching Allahabad railway station at 4:50 PM. During this period, the train was stranded at Allahabad without any basic facilities. However, the defect was soon rectified and the cooling was ensured, following which the train left at around 6:00 PM, they said.
According to a PTI report, in the month of March, a minor fire broke out in the transformer of a coach of Delhi-Varanasi Vande Bharat Express. Also, a day after its inaugural run in the month of February Read More
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