Kanpur: People wounded in train accident given Rs 500 notes at hospital


A few travelers wounded in the Kanpur train accident was given scrapped note of Rs 500 notes while they were admitted at hospital. 

Baffled by this advancement, the powers have guaranteed to test the matter. 

Magistrate of Kanzpur zone Iftikharuddin said he will get the matter asked into by the main therapeutic officer of Mati Hospital in Kanpur Dehat region where the cases were accounted for. 

More than 120 travelers were killed and more than 200 harmed – almost 50% of them offensively – when 14 mentors of Indore-Patna Express wrecked in Pukhrayan in Kanpur provincial region on Sunday because of a speculated rail break. 

Among the individuals who were given Rs 5,000 money by some obscure individuals were Asha Mishra and Anil. Both got 10 notes of Rs 500, which have been pronounced invalid since November 8. 

A relative of one of the harmed asserted that the individual who gave over the cash advised her that the cash was given to them by the railroads. 

There was, notwithstanding, no affirmation if the cash was sent by the railroads. 

BJP pioneer RP Singh said, "We don't know truly who disseminated it, whether it was some political gathering or workers of the railroads. I quickly tweeted to (railroad serve) Suresh Prabhu and got affirmation from him that he will investigate this matter." 

Naming it as an "extremely dismal" advancement, he said, "If railroad powers have done it, and still, at the end of the day it is pitiful and if some lawmaker has done it, then it's all the more irritating in light of the fact that you can't rub salt on individuals' injuries."