Hyderabad: Alert auto mechanics avoid calamity
Hyderabad: Alertness of the auto mechanics of 18046 East Coast Express from Hyderabad to Shalimar made sure preventing a huge calamity at the Secunderabad Railway Station, as they detached the diesel generator from the bogies which were torched by the activists.
According to the group of auto mechanics of the train, they were startled with the abrupt assault by the activists. The train had actually begun with Nampally train terminal at 8.30 am. By the moment it got to the system 2 at Secunderabad, the activists were tossing rocks. According to the group, the activists surpassed the police originally. They damaged the windowpanes of the loco pilot and also later on whipped all home windows of the train.
First the auto mechanics shut the door from inside the generator bogie to conserve themselves from rocks. After finding out that some activists had actually torched the bogies of their train sharp auto mechanics Ram Pyari Kori, Albert Barla and also Suman Kumar Sharma, detached the bogie and also made sure the various other 2 torched bogies were divided.
“We did not expect such a thing will happen… we were frightened because of the attack, but after getting to know that the train was torched, we disconnected the generator, got down and also separated the coaches. The protestors came to us with rods and asked who we were and tried to attack us. They let us go after we told them we were students,” claimedSharma
He claimed the generator got on when the activists assaulted the train. “The generator bogie had diesel of 4,000 litres. If the bogie had caught fire, it would have been a big disaster; many lives would have been lost,” claimedSharma The authorities breathed freely with a significant calamity being avoided.