Man raises 'train hijacked' alarm on Twitter, Railways clarifies

Worried about the train being hijacked the Twitter user took to social media and raised an alarm.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Tuesday, July 12, 2022, 01:38 PM IST
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A screenshot of a chat between a passenger of Indian Railways and the Railway Seva on Twitter is going viral on social media, and the reason for the chat to go viral is hilarious.

A passenger travelling in Indian Railways train no- 12650 plying between Karnataka and Delhi claimed that the train has been hijacked. Worried about the train being hijacked the Twitter user took to social media and raised an alarm.



This tweet got the Railways staff to reply to the man immediately. Railways Seva Kendra immediately responded to the post and sought the details from the Twitter user. It also asked the Railway police to look into the matter.



However, the Indian Railways clarified that the train has not been hijacked but was diverted because of maintenance work on the tracks.

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