Uttar Pradesh: An Electrical Multiple Unit (EMU) local train was derailed and rammed into the platform at Mathura Junction in Uttar Pradesh on Tuesday.
The Shakurbasti Mathura MEMU (04446) train rammed into a platform at the Mathura Junction, railway officials said.
Officials said that no person was injured since all the passengers and even crew, including loco-pilots, TTEs and train guard, had deboarded at the station
The train was coming from Shakur Basti railway station.
The MEMU rake belonged to the Northern Railways and reached the Mathura Junction at 10:48 pm.
Sources from the Agra division of NCR, under which the station comes, said, “The MEMU arrived at platform 2A and after five minutes it rolled over breaking the overhead electricity (OHE) pole, disrupting OHE supply and also damaging the platform."
In another incident earlier this month, a coach of a local train enroute to Delhi had derailed between Hazrat Nizamuddin (NZM) railway station and Tilak Bridge (TKJ).
However, no injury was reported in the incident.
"As reported by Guard of 04921 PWL (Palwal) -NDLS (New Delhi) EMU (Electric Multiple Unit) at 9:47 am, fifth coach of the train derailed between NZM-TKJ," said Northern Railways CPRO Deepak Kumar.