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Anger brews in Amritsar after train tragedy

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AMRITSAR, OCT 21:Angry residents blocked traffic around the Joda Phatak area in Amritsar on Sunday to protest against the apathy of the Punjab government and the railways towards the families of 59 people who lost their lives when a speeding train crushed them as they were watching Dusshera celebrations.

"The government has not bothered for us who have lost family members. The government should give us a job as our bread-winner has been killed in the incident," the mother of one of the victims said.

Family members of the train tragedy victims said that Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu and his wife Navjot Kaur, who was the chief guest at the Dusshera function on Friday evening, had not even bothered to meet them despite their loss. - IANS

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Anger brews in Amritsar after train tragedy

AMRITSAR, OCT 21:Angry residents blocked traffic around the Joda Phatak area in Amritsar on Sunday to protest against the apathy of the Punjab government and the railways towards the families of 59 people who lost their lives when a speeding train crushed them as they were watching Dusshera celebrations.

"The government has not bothered for us who have lost family members. The government should give us a job as our bread-winner has been killed in the incident," the mother of one of the victims said.

Family members of the train tragedy victims said that Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu and his wife Navjot Kaur, who was the chief guest at the Dusshera function on Friday evening, had not even bothered to meet them despite their loss. - IANS

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