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Video footage shows jam-packed train system in India

A great and smooth-flowing public transportation can be considered as sign of development in a city. Nearly every city all over the world have their own means of transport. A video footage showed a jam-packed train station while other large group of passengers was waiting outside the vehicle. As seen on the video, the train is indeed overriding a lot of people.

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Most of the passengers who were women seemed like they were preparing for something big. The heated commotion arises as soon as the train arrives in the station. The whole situation gets even messier every train stop.

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Aside from the given hassle in the daily transportation, it can also cause risk for its commuters. Some even shoved each other just to get inside the train. Good thing nobody had any serious injuries.

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The Indian Railways started its service since April 1853 an is still operating for nearly two hundred years now. Their first ever passenger ran over a stretch of 33 kilometers coming from Mumbai to Thane.

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It is said to be the largest rail network in Asia and the world’s second largest network system under a single management. In case you did not know, its track length covers 115, 000 kilometers.
This large train can also accommodate several passengers. In fact, it has the capacity of 1, 700 individuals and 4, 500 persons ride the train on a daily basis. According to reports, these trains are used by more than 8 million people.

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The viral footage spread like wildfire across social media and became trending instantly. As of today, it has grossed a whopping 18 million views on Facebook.
Meanwhile, netizens expressed their surprise in the comments section. Most of them were shocked to discover that India’s train system is worse than Philippine’s own transit.

 

Source: socialdaily

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