Bengal’s FCI Wheat Bags Lying On The Railway Track Of Haryana


Haryana: A large number of wheat bags found lying on the railway track of Haryana. It is told that the bags were stolen from a running goods train near the Gohana railway station in the district late last night.

More than 70 bags were found lying on the track between the Gohana railway station and Thaska village, about 4 km from the station.

The loaded train left the Gohana railway station for Rohtak at 1.10 am. However, around 2 am, the Station Master informed Radhe Shyam, FCI Manager at Gohana, that wheat bags were lying on the track at the station.A case has been registered at the Railway Police station at Gohana on a complaint by Jitender Kumar, Station Master, Gohana railway station, against unidentified persons, said SP Singh, SHO.

Security guards Praveen Kumar and Sanjay inspected the track from the Gohana railway station up to Thaska village and found 74 bags of wheat lying at different places. According to a list provided by Anoop Mor, an official of the Food Corporation of India (FCI), to the Station Master, Gohana, 65,974 bags of wheat were loaded in a goods train to be transported to West Bengal late last night.

It is being told that the security guards said some persons dumped the wheat bags after seeing them at the under pass near Thaska village. On receiving information, the FCI Manager, the Station Master and the SHO, Gohana Railway Police station, along with other officials reached there.