The railway network in india is one of the most extensive in the world, however, has an extensive record of deadly accidents, in part the result of a maintenance deficit. The latest tragedy took place on Friday, when hundreds of people were celebrating a religious festival near a few roads in Amritsar were crushed by two trains. At least 60 were killed, sparking protests that were dispersed by the police. In the picture, an officer of the Forces of Action Fast watched yesterday the area of the accident after reset the service. Railroad crossings also pose a serious problem in the country, as revealed by official figures. In 2015, there were 2.650 who died for this cause.

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