Dhaka, April 9 -- Chaos overcame discipline at Kamalapur Railway Station on the final day of trips ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr.

All the trains that left the station in the morning were overcrowded. The trains heading north in particular barely had room in the cars for people to stand. Passengers were seen crowding onto the train roofs. Usually, railway officers check train tickets at the entrance of the station, but no one bothered on Tuesday.

The Burimari Express headed to Lalmonirhat, the Panchagarh-bound Ekota Express, the Rangpur Express, and the Rajshahi-bound Dhumketu Express were packed with passengers, reports bdnews24.com.

The Ekota Express was scheduled to leave the station at 10:15am. When it reached the platform around 10am, the p...