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Non-signal box will begin at Shahjahanpur station today
The railways reimburse the passengers for the ticket money without any deductions

Bareilly. From July 22nd to 28th, there will be no signal box traffic at Shahjahanpur station, so the railway has postponed more than a dozen trains by four days from Thursday. In the meantime, long-distance trains will run from the Kanpur-Tundla section. Passengers have started to cancel reservations on these trains. The railway reimburses the passengers for the ticket money without any deduction.
According to the Moradabad Railway Division, all trains in the upward and downward directions will be suspended during this time. These include Prayag Express, Bareilly-Varanasi Express, Lucknow-Chandigarh Express, Varanasi-Dehradun Janata Express, Saharanpur-Prayag Nauchandi Express, New Delhi-Varanasi The Manduwadih Express will be canceled from July 22nd to 28th. Lucknow-Delhi AC Express, New Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express, Lalgarh-Dibrugarh Avadh Assam Express and Kanpur-Ghaziabad and Jammu Tawi-Bhagalpur Express will operate via Saharanpur, Ghaziabad-Kanpur.
That being said, Darbhanga-Amritsar Jannayak Express, Jammu Tawi-Kolkata Sealdah Express, Jammu Tawi-Howrah Himgiri Express, Amritsar-Kolkata Akal Takht Express, and Lalgarh-Dibrugarh Avadh Assam Express are all stopped at each station for thirty minutes to one and half an hour. Moradabad Railway Division’s senior DCM Rekha Sharma said the message of the cancellation of trains had been sent to all passengers. He said the railroads suffered Rs 5 lakh loss due to the cancellation of a train.

DRM performed window inspection

Moradabad Rail Division DRM Tarun Prakash together with the Division Officers inspected the track window from Moradabad to Shahjahanpur. He also took stock of the non-locking preparations at Shahjahanpur Station. Station manager Satyaveer Singh, RPF inspector Vipin Kumar Sisodia etc. greeted him as he passed the DRM special drive from the intersection. conversation

Water filled in the junction station, trains drove slowly

Due to continued rainfall on Wednesday, both the shipyards built towards Rampur and at the end of the junction to Shahjahanpur were flooded and more than half of the tracks were under water. On the orders of the Moradabad Railway Control, trains ran in both directions at slow speed. The Tanakpur-Delhi Maa Poornagiri Janshatabdi Express (Up and Down) was slowed down due to the rise in the water level in the Ramganga River. It is worth noting that the life of the Ramganga Bridge is over. Even after that, trains run on it. conversation

Non-signal box will begin at Shahjahanpur station today

The railways reimburse the passengers for the ticket money without any deductions

Bareilly. From July 22nd to 28th, there will be no signal box traffic at Shahjahanpur station, so the railway has postponed more than a dozen trains by four days from Thursday. In the meantime, long-distance trains will run from the Kanpur-Tundla section. Passengers have started to cancel reservations on these trains. The railway reimburses the passengers for the ticket money without any deduction.

According to the Moradabad Railway Division, all trains in the upward and downward directions will be suspended during this time. These include Prayag Express, Bareilly-Varanasi Express, Lucknow-Chandigarh Express, Varanasi-Dehradun Janata Express, Saharanpur-Prayag Nauchandi Express, New Delhi-Varanasi The Manduwadih Express will be canceled from July 22nd to 28th. Lucknow-Delhi AC Express, New Delhi-Dibrugarh Rajdhani Express, Lalgarh-Dibrugarh Avadh Assam Express and Kanpur-Ghaziabad and Jammu Tawi-Bhagalpur Express will operate via Saharanpur, Ghaziabad-Kanpur.

That being said, Darbhanga-Amritsar Jannayak Express, Jammu Tawi-Kolkata Sealdah Express, Jammu Tawi-Howrah Himgiri Express, Amritsar-Kolkata Akal Takht Express, and Lalgarh-Dibrugarh Avadh Assam Express are all stopped at each station for thirty minutes to one and half an hour. Moradabad Railway Division’s senior DCM Rekha Sharma said the message of the cancellation of trains had been sent to all passengers. He said the railroads suffered Rs 5 lakh loss due to the cancellation of a train.

DRM performed window inspection

Moradabad Rail Division DRM Tarun Prakash together with the Division Officers inspected the track window from Moradabad to Shahjahanpur. He also took stock of the non-locking preparations at Shahjahanpur Station. Station manager Satyaveer Singh, RPF inspector Vipin Kumar Sisodia etc. greeted him as he passed the DRM special drive from the intersection. conversation

Water filled in the junction station, trains drove slowly

Due to continued rainfall on Wednesday, both the shipyards built towards Rampur and at the end of the junction to Shahjahanpur were flooded and more than half of the tracks were under water. On the orders of the Moradabad Railway Control, trains ran in both directions at slow speed. The Tanakpur-Delhi Maa Poornagiri Janshatabdi Express (Up and Down) was slowed down due to the rise in the water level in the Ramganga River. It is worth noting that the life of the Ramganga Bridge is over. Even after that, trains run on it. conversation

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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