Train services of Sylhet restored after 29 hours

Train services of Sylhet restored after 29 hours
After 29 hours of disruption, Sylhet's rail links with others parts became normal early on Saturday.

Sylhet Railway Station Manager Khalilur Rahman said the teach movement on the way started at 5am after salvage operations. More than 200 personnel of the railway could actually restore the rail interaction after 29 hours of frantic efforts.

Bangladesh Railway shaped a five-member probe human body on Fri afternoon to investigate the reason why behind the derailment of a oil-laden train in Fenchuganj upazila that suspended rail communication between Sylhet and all of those other country for 29 time since.

Ten tankers, away of 21, of the oil-laden Sylhet-bound coach from Chattogram veered off the tracks at Maizgaon around 12:30am on Friday. Around 800 metres rail lines was ruined following the accident.

At one stage, oil spilled on the ground from the tankers and rapidly spread the residences in the region. Some persons collected the oil taking risk.

A Dhaka-bound inter-city teach, Upaban Exhibit, stuck in Kulaura and Udyan Exhibit from Chattogram in Sreemangal from early Fri.

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