Since the 2010 in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, the number of people who have not heard of the trains and have died as a result of the train hit has reached 535.
Approximately 1000 deaths occur each year on the railways of Bangladesh, famous for fatal accidents and suicides.
SputniknewsAccording to the news; “In a statement made by the Bangladesh police, some of the deaths in the 'headphone walkers' and 2010 since the year since a total of 535 people have died because of walking in the train crossing zones.
'PEOPLE DON'T COMPLY WITH BANKS'
Que It is forbidden to wear headphones in the railway rails area in the country, Faro said Faroque Mozumder, Dhaka railway police chief. However, many people still do not comply with this ban and are killed by trains. Kul
The accidents in question reached a record high, with 2014 deaths recorded in 109. Police said that although the awareness on this matter increased as a result of the campaigns, deaths still continued and that 54 people died for the same reason this year.
'WALKING AS LIKE TO BE AWARE OF THE Fatal RESULTS'
Morshed Alam, deputy chief of railway police, said that they had warned them with their awareness meetings, brochures and voice announcements.
“But people are walking on train tracks in the same way as if they are still unaware of the deadly consequences.”
APPROXIMATELY 6 THOUSAND PEOPLE DIED
Another dangerous area in the region is settlements built near the rails. The stalls set up near the numerous shantytowns and train tracks in the area increase the current danger.
According to police, approximately 6 thousand people lost their lives along the country's 2800 kilometer train line in the last 6 and a half years.