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    Nitish Kumar Reflects on his Resignation during West Bengal’s Gaisal Accident.

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    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar spoke about the recent train accident in Odisha, which killed at least 288 people. He questioned why Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw did not resign after the incident, given that Kumar himself resigned as railway minister after a similar accident in West Bengal. However, Kumar did not say whether Vaishnaw should resign or not.

    The Congress party and others have called for Vaishnaw’s resignation and criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi for neglecting Indian Railways infrastructure. The Odisha train crash was called the biggest of the century by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, who also demanded an investigation into why the trains did not have anti-collision technology.

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    Amit Malviya, the chairman of the BJP’s IT cell, praised the railway ministers of the UPA government and warned opposition parties not to politicize the event.

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