In Bengal, a massive train accident was averted due to the wisdom of a seven-year-old child. Deep Naskar, a class II student of Mukundpur in South 24 Parganas, was playing on the side of the railway line in front of his house, but a major train accident was averted due to his understanding. On this, Union Minister of State Subhas Sircar has appreciated his efforts while congratulating and congratulating him.
Union Minister of State for Education Dr Subhash Sarkar tweeted today, “A 7-year-old boy named Deep Naskar with his presence of mind and responsibility has saved hundreds of lives by stopping the canning local in Vidyadharpur. I am grateful to him and wish him a bright future. This is a true example of holistic education targeted in the National Education Policy.
Big Train Accident Was Averted Due to 7-Year-Old Child.
The sense of responsibility and presence of mind of a 7 year old boy named Deep Naskar, saved the lives of hundreds of people by stopping the Canning Local at Bidyadharpur.
I am thankful to him and wish him best in his future endeavors. pic.twitter.com/k8A1B1kidS
— Dr. Subhas Sarkar (@Drsubhassarkar) August 5, 2021
Railways have announced a reward of Rs 5000
Sealdah DRM SP Singh said, ‘The railway line in which there was a crack was welding, which had opened. Because of that child, the train survived the accident. I have asked the railway staff to contact the child’s family. He has done a great job. He will be given a prize of Rs 5,000. Steps will be taken by the Railways to increase the enthusiasm of the child.
Know what happened that day?
Let us tell you that on that day, Deep Naskar playing near the railway line, suddenly caught sight of the crack lying in the railway line. Sensing the danger, Deep immediately ran towards the house and told his mother, Sonali Naskar. Sonali also informed the people around without delay. After this, they all came on the railway line in red clothes.
After some time, Sealdahgami Canning Staff Special was about to pass from there. Seeing the train coming, all the people standing there, showing their understanding, all the people started shaking the red cloth in their hands to stop the train. The train driver saw people moving the red material from a distance and stopped the train.
Vidyadharpur booking supervisor was contacted after the train stopped. From there, the employees of the engineering department arrived and started repairing the line. The repair work lasted for 40 minutes to fix it; after that, the train was dispatched.