Dhina upset about non-operation of passenger trains, passengers from Bahora Chandel

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Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay – People have a movement problem due to the sufficient number of passengers on the Patna route. Express trains also stopped in Dhina. In such a situation, people need to spend more time and money to get to PDDU Nagar.
Bahora Chandel train station is at the far end of the district on the Patna railway line. People from more than two dozen surrounding villages commute from here. Similarly, people go to Pt for shopping from Dhina Station every day. Deendayal Upadhyay Nagar. Due to the increasing effects of Corona, Deutsche Bahn has stopped many trains. Commuters in the region have had problems getting around, mainly due to the decline in passenger trains. PDDU Dildarnagar Passenger and Patna MEMU currently operate on this route. About half a dozen passengers used to move up and down this form. Because of this, people went to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Nagar in the morning and came back late in the evening. Likewise, people here would go to Jamani Dildarnagar and come back.
The distance from Bahora Chandel to Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay Nagar is 39 km while Dildarnagar is 18 km away. Currently, the Dildarnagar passenger leaves the PDDU intersection at 6.15 a.m. and arrives at Bahora Chandel at 7.15 a.m. At the same time, Patna MEMU leaves PDDU Junction at 2:30 p.m. and arrives at Bahora at 3:27 p.m. In UP, Dildarnagar Passenger reaches Bahora at 8:00 p.m. and reaches PDDU Junction at 10:45 p.m. Patna MEMU leaves Bahora at 12.26 p.m. and arrives at the PDDU intersection at 2 p.m. Krishnanand Choubey, who lives in Bahora, said the distance from Bahora to the PDDU intersection is 40 km. The journey by train costs only ten rupees, while the journey by other means costs 50 to sixty rupees.
Gulab Yadav, a resident of Kanjehra, said the trip by private means takes about three hours while the train ride would have taken 45 minutes. Rajiv Ranjan, a resident of Siktha, said that one must go to Asna or Dhina before the train becomes unavailable. After reaching Sayedaraja from Asna and Kamalpur from Dhina, they reach PDDU Nagar. It takes more time. Sunny Singh, a resident of Jalalpur, said that in the past, many express trains stopped in Dhina. Problems turning off. Public relations officer Mohammad Iqbal said that the number of trains was increasing steadily in view of the number of passengers. Many passenger trains run on this route, and depending on demand, it will be expanded.

Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay – People have a movement problem due to the sufficient number of passengers on the Patna route. Express trains also stopped in Dhina. In such a situation, people need to spend more time and money to get to PDDU Nagar.

Bahora Chandel train station is at the far end of the district on the Patna railway line. People from more than two dozen surrounding villages commute from here. Similarly, people go to Pt for shopping from Dhina Station every day. Deendayal Upadhyay Nagar. Due to the increasing effects of Corona, Deutsche Bahn has stopped many trains. Commuters in the region have had problems getting around, mainly due to the decline in passenger trains. PDDU Dildarnagar Passenger and Patna MEMU currently operate on this route. About half a dozen passengers used to move up and down this form. Because of this, people went to Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Nagar in the morning and came back late in the evening. Likewise, people here would go to Jamani Dildarnagar and come back.

The distance from Bahora Chandel to Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay Nagar is 39 km while Dildarnagar is 18 km away. Currently, the Dildarnagar passenger leaves the PDDU intersection at 6.15 a.m. and arrives at Bahora Chandel at 7.15 a.m. At the same time, Patna MEMU leaves PDDU Junction at 2:30 p.m. and arrives at Bahora at 3:27 p.m. In UP, Dildarnagar Passenger reaches Bahora at 8:00 p.m. and reaches PDDU Junction at 10:45 p.m. Patna MEMU leaves Bahora at 12.26 p.m. and arrives at the PDDU intersection at 2 p.m. Krishnanand Choubey, who lives in Bahora, said the distance from Bahora to the PDDU intersection is 40 km. The journey by train costs only ten rupees, while the journey by other means costs 50 to sixty rupees.

Gulab Yadav, a resident of Kanjehra, said the trip by private means takes about three hours while the train ride would have taken 45 minutes. Rajiv Ranjan, a resident of Siktha, said that one must go to Asna or Dhina before the train becomes unavailable. After reaching Sayedaraja from Asna and Kamalpur from Dhina, they reach PDDU Nagar. It takes more time. Sunny Singh, a resident of Jalalpur, said that in the past, many express trains stopped in Dhina. Problems turning off. Public relations officer Mohammad Iqbal said that the number of trains was increasing steadily in view of the number of passengers. Many passenger trains run on this route, and depending on demand, it will be expanded.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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