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Watch: A loco pilot stops train to collect Kachoris at crossing in Rajasthan | Mobility News

Some time back in 2021, an incident was reported in which a Pakistani train driver stopped a train to buy curd. Recently, a similar incident was reported from Alwar district of Rajasthan. In a recent incident, a loco pilot was standing on a train at a crossroads to get his Khastakachoris.

In the video, we can see the travelers waiting patiently while the driver takes his bag of Kachories. Then, after receiving his food, the train driver praised the train and started to lift the train.

The incident took place at Alwar’s Daudpur Crossing, after a video went viral that received a lot of criticism from netizens. According to a report by Dainik Bhaskar which is a daily routine of loco pilot.

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Transit gates are closed daily around 8 a.m., according to the report, so the food can be sent to the train driver. The Kachori was purchased at a nearby store and delivered to the train by train staff stationed at the crossroads. Hundreds of travelers, meanwhile, are uncomfortable every morning because of the driving snack.

The train crew and everyone expressed their concern with the photo. Authorities began an investigation into the incident after the attack, according to Indian Express.

Narendra Kumar, Railway Divisional Manager of Jaipur, has suspended five people for the incident: two pilots, two gatekeepers, and one trainer.

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