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Probe Into Hirakhand Express Mishap To Begin From Tomorrow

Probe Into Hirakhand Express Mishap To Begin From Tomorrow
By Odisha News Times Bureau On Jan 22, 2017
Bhubaneswar: The Civil Aviation Ministry today said that it would begin probe into the tragic Hirakhand Express mishap from tomorrow.
The Ministry, in a release to the media later in the day today said a joint probe would be taken up by the South-Central Commissioner of Hyderabad Circle and the Commissioner, Railway Safety, Ram Kripal from the Railway Officers’ Guest House at Rayagada from tomorrow. On January 24, the duo will inspect the office of the Divisional Railway Manager (DRM) at Vishakhapatnam.

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