Indian Barge via Sri Lanka.





The row between Kolkata-based Titagarh Marine, which owned the barge that crashed into the Pamban rail bridge and the Southern Railway after the latter denied permission for it to pass through the bridge without paying Rs. 1.5 crore compensation, took a dramatic turn with the company taking out the barge via Sri Lanka.

After the Railway authorities denied permission to the company to take out the barge through the rail bridge, pending payment of compensation, the company gave a bank guarantee for an undisclosed amount to the Judicial Magistrate (JM) Court, Rameswaram and took out the barge and the tug boat on Friday evening.

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