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Fertilizer sacks were blown out of a freight train parked on the Delhi-Mumbai railway line.

Arjun Arvind, Quota: A major incident has taken place on the Delhi-Mumbai railway line passing through Rajasthan. Here in Rajasthan, farmers clean their hands in a freight train. The sacks of manure loaded in the freight train were blown away. It is learned that during this time not one or two but 80 sacks of farmers ran away. The incident took place at Capren station on the Delhi-Mumbai railway line passing through Kota railway division. The loco pilot of Dehradun-Bandra Express informed the railway administration. But hours after receiving the information, the Railway Security Force took action.

Some farmers have been detained
NBT spoke to Vijay Prakash Pandit, Senior Divisional Safety Commissioner, Kota Railway Division. Pandit has confirmed the incident. He said that the operation was going on till Thursday night and some farmers who had fled after stealing sacks of fertilizer from the freight train have been taken into custody. While the search for the remaining farmers continues. According to information received, RPF also recovered 7-8 bags of fertilizer. The incident of looting of farmers on fertilizer took place on Thursday morning.

This incident was revealed
According to the information received, the freight train was parked in the railway yard of Capren railway station in Bundi district of Rajasthan. At around 3 am on Thursday, some farmers living near the station broke the seals of the freight train doors and stole 70 to 80 bags of fertilizer from the boxes. There were piles of compost near the railway tracks. In the morning, the farmers picked up the sacks of compost and took them to the fields and houses. During the incident, some sacks were found torn, after which some were examined and a large quantity of compost was also found scattered along the railway tracks. At the same time, evidence of manure theft has been found.

A similar incident was reported in 2014-15.
Vijay Prakash Pandit, Senior Divisional Safety Commissioner, Kota Railway Division, said that such an incident had also come to light in the year 2014-15. But the RPF will take stern action against the perpetrators. Here NBT spoke to Pankaj Sharma, DRM, Kota Railway Division, who said that he was not aware of the incident.

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