According to the reports published in The Indian Express, an 11-Year-Old Boy has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, narrating the difficulties he had to face in his way to his school due to the absence of Railway Crossing.
Nayan Sinha, a student of class VII at Chandrashekhar Azad Intermediate College had written in a letter that how he and 200 other students had to take the longer route to school due to the absence of Railway Crossing.
This letter by an 11-year-old Boy prompted PM to ask the Railways to intervene. And in response, the Northern Railways has written a letter to the boy, Nayan Sinha.
Speaking to India TV, Nayan said that accidents keep happening near the railway track, and we (School Students) face problems while going to the school due to the absence of Railway Crossing, so I had written a letter to PM.
Nayan, has written the letter on 30 September 2015, without telling his parents. But his secret lasted until his parents recieved a letter from the divisional engineer, Northern Railways, mentioning his application sent to the Prime Minister.
According to the reports, A. K Sinha, senior divisional commercial manager (Northern Railways) has said that they cannot construct the Railway Crossing untill the State Government requests them to do so.