Second oxygen rail reaches PDDU intersection from Bokaro – Second oxygen rail reaches PDDU intersection from Bokaro, welcome

PDDunagar. The second oxygen train from Bokaro arrived at the local train station on Sunday evening to remedy the lack of oxygen in UP. RPF, representatives of the Ministry of Commerce, welcomed the Jitega India slogan here on platform number three. The train left for Lucknow after ten minutes.
To overcome the lack of oxygen in the country, the railroads have reinforced the oxygen rail to get them from one place to another. Among them, on April 23, Oxygen Rail departed from the local train station in three Bokaro tankers in Jharkhand. In the same order, the second rack reached platform number three of the local train station at 12.23 p.m. on Sunday evening. Strict security precautions have been taken here. After the train stopped at the station for about 10 minutes, it drove to Lucknow. During this time, staff from the Railway Protection Force, the Trade Department and the Station Superintendent Office of the station greeted the train with the slogan Jeetga Bharat. For safety reasons, the diesel engine was transported by train. Apart from that, the power supply of the OHE cable, which runs through the railway line, was interrupted, so that no accidents occur due to the high height of the tanker. During this time RPF inspectors Sanjeev Kumar, SI Mukesh Kumar, Amarjeet Das and others were there.

PDDunagar. The second oxygen train from Bokaro arrived at the local train station on Sunday evening to remedy the lack of oxygen in UP. RPF, representatives of the Ministry of Commerce, welcomed the Jitega India slogan here on platform number three. The train left for Lucknow after ten minutes.

To overcome the lack of oxygen in the country, the railroads have reinforced the oxygen rail to get them from one place to another. Among them, on April 23, Oxygen Rail departed from the local train station in three Bokaro tankers in Jharkhand. In the same order, the second rack reached platform number three of the local train station at 12.23 p.m. on Sunday evening. Strict security precautions have been taken here. After the train stopped at the station for about 10 minutes, it drove to Lucknow. During this time, staff from the Railway Protection Force, the Trade Department and the Station Superintendent Office of the station greeted the train with the slogan Jeetga Bharat. For safety reasons, the diesel engine was transported by train. Apart from that, the power supply of the OHE cable, which runs through the railway line, was interrupted, so that no accidents occur due to the high height of the tanker. During this time RPF inspectors Sanjeev Kumar, SI Mukesh Kumar, Amarjeet Das and others were there.

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