From our Correspondent
Bongaigaon, September 9: In connection with the blast in a compressor in New Bongaigaon Railway Workshop on Tuesday where four Railway staff members were seriously injured, Deputy Chief Personnel Officer R Sing from Maligaon Headquater visited the spot on Wednesday.
After inspection, on behalf of Railway administration, the Deputy Chief Personnel Officer and Chief Workshop Mager ordered a high-level enquiry into the matter. An enquiry committee comprising three high-level Railway officers -Deputy Chief Mechanical Engineer Tapan Mondol, Senior Personnel Officer rayan Saha and Deputy Chief Electrical Engineer HP Das – was formed.
The committee had been ordered to submit its report as soon as possible. A Railway officer said that this committee would find out the reason for the bursting of the compressor. “It will find out whether there was any drawback in the manufacturing of the compressor and other related matters also,” the officer said.
Out of the four injured persons, three are out of danger now. But the condition of Jyotish Singha, who had been already referred and admitted to GNRC Hospital in Guwahati, is still serious. Following the demand of AIRF president Rakhal Das Gupta, the Railway administration had agreed to bear all cost of medical treatment of the victims.