Indan Railways News Many special trains, including the Varanasi City Chhapra Express, will run from June 10th Three pairs of trains canceled between Bhubaneswar New Delhi by June 19th Three pairs of trains canceled by June 19th

Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Varanasi / PDDU Nagar

Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Wed June 09, 2021 11:58 AM IST

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For the convenience of passengers, Indian Railways special trains are being re-used to reduce the impact of Corona. Several pairs of special trains, including Varanasi City-Chhapra, will start operating on June 10th on behalf of the North Eastern Railway and the East Central Railway.

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As soon as the effects of the corona epidemic subside and the unblocking process begins, the number of passengers on the trains will increase. Several pairs of special trains will start in this order from June 10, including 05111/05112 Varanasi City-Chhapra Special. In addition, the special train 05104/05103 Manduwadih-Gorakhpur will run from June 15 until further notice.

Ashok Kumar, public relations officer for the North Eastern Railway Varanasi Division, said all carriages on these trains are in the reserved category and passengers traveling on them must follow Kovid-19 standards. Here the effect of Yas Storm is still visible. Because of this, trains run intermittently between Bhuveshwar and New Delhi.Now the railway has stopped operating three pairs of special trains for four days until June 19. Rajesh Kumar, East Central Railway’s chief public relations officer, said the operation of three pairs of special trains between Bhubaneswar and New Delhi has been canceled until June 19.

Thereafter, the special train 02823 Bhubaneswar-New Delhi will be canceled on June 11, 14, 17 and 18, while the special train 02824 New Delhi-Bhubaneswar will be canceled on June 12, 15, 17 and 19. The special train 02825 Bhubaneswar-New Delhi will not operate on June 16 and the special train 02826 New Delhi-Bhubaneswar will not operate on June 18. The special train 02855 Bhubaneswar-New Delhi will operate on June 12th and 19th, while the special train 02856 New Delhi-Bhubaneswar will not operate on June 13th and 20th.

The East Central Railway has decided to cut seven pairs of trains, including Patna Bandra Special, from the 10th. Rajesh Kumar, chief public relations officer of the East Central Railway, said that the operation of special trains that had previously been moved to different stations of East Central Railway to pass is resumed.The stop, route and timing of these trains remain the same. The restored trains will run for the Barauni Lucknow Special, Patna-Bandra Terminal Weekly, Rajendranagar Terminal-New Jalpaiguri Special and Muzaffarpur-Ahmedabad Weekly Festival Special from June 10th. There will also be the Patna-Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminal Festival Special on the 13th, the Danapur-Anandvihar Terminal Festival Special on the 10th and the Muzaffarpur-Howrah Weekly Festival Special on the 15th.

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As soon as the effects of the corona epidemic subside and the unblocking process begins, the number of passengers on the trains will increase. Several pairs of special trains will start in this order from June 10, including 05111/05112 Varanasi City-Chhapra Special. In addition, the special train 05104/05103 Manduwadih-Gorakhpur will run from June 15 until further notice.

Ashok Kumar, public relations officer for the North Eastern Railway Varanasi Division, said all carriages on these trains are in the reserved category and passengers traveling on them must follow Kovid-19 standards. Here the effect of Yas Storm is still visible. Because of this, trains run intermittently between Bhuveshwar and New Delhi.

Now the railway has stopped operating three pairs of special trains for four days until June 19. Rajesh Kumar, East Central Railway’s chief public relations officer, said the operation of three pairs of special trains between Bhubaneswar and New Delhi has been canceled until June 19.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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