The Beijing railway bureau said on its official micro blog that the train encountered “a sudden malfunction and could not operate normally”. Passengers had to take a backup train, which arrived at Beijing South Railway Station at about5 pm, two and a half hours behind schedule, the bureau said.
The glitch did not delay other trains running on the 1,318-km line. The train gone Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station at 09:05 am but made an unscheduled stop at Changzhou, Jiangsu province, at 10:26 am, according to passenger and netizen “Anna Zhang”. “The lights and air conditioning were off. Passengers pursued train attendants seeking an explanation. We were told that the train might be delayed for 30 minutes because of a problem with the signal system,” further said.
The train started again at 10:51 am, but again stopped at Zhenjiang, Jiangsu province, at11:34 am. After waiting for an hour, passengers were told to board the backup train, which left at12:30 pm. Due to disturbance and lack of services people would prefer to travel by plane. “If the railway department prewar Ned that high-speed trains could be disrupted by thunderstorms and gales, or that problems are inevitable in the initial stages, I would not have such high expectations . Rationality should be fostered from the very beginning.”
If we are talking about our railway system than it is not wrong to say our railway department is full of corruption. Nobody want to cares it everyone is playing political card. If we really observe our resources than every problem will solve. But situation is that which government will represent or would start the work for being a Pakistani.