Even after 70 years of independence, the passengers of a train in Madhya Pradesh are forced to travel like beasts.
The train runs from Gwalior to Sheopur on narrow-guage line.
The passengers are forced to sit on train roof and engine besides hanging on doors and windows of the train.
This is the condition of this train when the nation is talking about hi-speed and bullet trains.
The train covers a distance of 199 Kilometres and is now counted as the world’s longest narrow-gauge train.
Watch: Travails of passengers travelling on world’s longest narrow-gauge rail line