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πŸš„ Zero deaths on Indian railways for the first time in 166 years

πŸš„ Zero deaths on Indian railways for the first time in 166 years

The number of killed has gone from over 2000 in the 60s to zero last year.

Mathias Sundin
Mathias Sundin

We've all seen the pictures of overcrowded trains in India.

It's not hard imagining a lot of people getting injured and killed. And a lot were.

The number of accidents in 1960-61 was 2,131, which came down to 840 in 1970-71. The total number of accidents in 1980-81 was recorded at 1,013, in 1990-91 it stood at 532 accidents, and in 2010-11 there were 141 such cases, writes Business Today.

But that has changed.

In the last year, no one got killed.

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