Northern Railway officials informed that the accident took place at Rathdhana station close to Sonipat, about 60 kms from Delhi on Friday morning.
The train, fortunately, was moving in a slow speed after passing the Sonipat station - a busy region in the Ambala-Delhi section.
Railway officials in Delhi said, "Three out of the 24 coaches, including the luggage compartment, derailed. The train barring the three coaches has left with the passengers of the derailed coaches."
Officials cancelled two trains - Una-Chandigarh-New Delhi Jan Shatabdi Express and Kurukshetra-Delhi Passenger. However, according to sources, other trains started operation after a four hours stagnate traffic over the derailment.
Here it can be recalled that 15 bogies of Delhi bound Kalka express derailed in Fatehpur in Uttar Pradesh on Jul 10. 63 people were killed and more than 250 brutally injured in the accident.