Windows of new Tejas Express damaged

Break in India: Windows of new Tejas Express damaged en route Mumbai from Delhi

The train has not even been flagged off to complete its first journey and the windows of Tejas Express have already been damaged by miscreants.

Imagine you take a brand new car out of a showroom and somebody throws a rock at it, shattering its window. Not a good feeling there right? Thank your stars if your car has not suffered like our new train Tejas.

Indian Railways’ new train Tejas which is yet to be flagged off from Mumbai for Goa on May 22 by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has found itself damaged already.

Some windows of the new train Tejas were found broken when it stopped in Delhi on Friday. Miscreants did so when Tejas left the Rail Coach Factory in Kapurthala on Thursday.

The windows of Tejas were found wrecked when it stopped in Delhi.

“We came to know that a few glasses were damaged, but it is not a serious issue. We will correct it,” India Times quoted DK Sharma, general manager, Central Railways.

“The train is expected to reach Mumbai on Saturday. Once it arrives, we will inspect it and make the necessary repairs.”

Some windows of the new train Tejas were found broken when it stopped in Delhi on Friday. Miscreants did so when Tejas left the Rail Coach Factory in Kapurthala on Thursday.

The windows of Tejas were found wrecked when it stopped in Delhi.

“We came to know that a few glasses were damaged, but it is not a serious issue. We will correct it,” India Times quoted DK Sharma, general manager, Central Railways.

“The train is expected to reach Mumbai on Saturday. Once it arrives, we will inspect it and make the necessary repairs.”

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