Speed ​​cut due to rain Three trains, including the Poorva Express, have been suspended due to water ingress in and around Howrah Station

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Published by: Utpal Kant
Updated Fri July 30, 2021 2:07 PM IST

Summary

The last two days of incessant rainfall resulted in waterlogging in the mine maintenance line and in the Howrah area. Due to waterlogging, the 02303 Up Howrah-New Delhi (Purva) Special and 02353 Up Howrah-Lalkua Special, which pass through Pt Deendayal Upadhyay Junction leaving Howrah, will not operate.

Operation of three trains including Poorva canceled
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The transportation system has started to deteriorate due to excessive rain. Three trains, including two by PDDU Nagar, were canceled due to waterlogging at Howrah Station and its adjacent areas in West Bengal. Because of this, Poorva and Lalkua Express will not come to PDDU Junction on Saturday. At the same time, the travel times of three trains passing through PDDU Junction were changed.The last two days of incessant rainfall resulted in waterlogging in the mine maintenance line and in the Howrah area. For this reason, the special trips 02303 Up Howrah-New Delhi (Poorva) and 02353 Up Howrah-Lalkua Special, which pass through Pt Deendayal Upadhyay Junction and leave Howrah, will not operate on Friday.

08013 Adra-Bokaro Steel City Special from Adra will also be canceled. In such a situation, Poorva and Lalkuan will not come to PDDU Junction on Saturday. On the other hand, the 02323 Up Howrah-Barmer Special, which is leaving Howrah due to waterlogging, will leave Howrah at 11:55 p.m. instead of 6:50 p.m. Likewise, the 03009 Howrah Yoga Nagri Rishikesh Special leaving Howrah will leave Howrah at 11:45 PM instead of 8:25 PM.

The Howrah Jammu Tawi (Himgiri) Express also departs at 3:30 a.m. instead of 11:55 p.m. For this reason, these three trains also arrive late at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Junction. Rajesh Kumar, East Central Railway’s chief public relations officer, said the passengers suffered from the rain. Only travel if you know the times of delayed trains.

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The transportation system has started to deteriorate due to excessive rain. Three trains, including two by PDDU Nagar, were canceled due to waterlogging at Howrah Station and its adjacent areas in West Bengal. Because of this, Poorva and Lalkua Express will not come to PDDU Junction on Saturday. At the same time, the travel times of three trains passing through PDDU Junction were changed.

The last two days of incessant rainfall resulted in waterlogging in the mine maintenance line and in the Howrah area. For this reason, the special trips 02303 Up Howrah-New Delhi (Poorva) and 02353 Up Howrah-Lalkua Special, which pass through Pt Deendayal Upadhyay Junction and leave Howrah, will not operate on Friday.

08013 Adra-Bokaro Steel City Special from Adra will also be canceled. In such a situation, Poorva and Lalkuan will not come to PDDU Junction on Saturday. On the other hand, the 02323 Up Howrah-Barmer Special, which is leaving Howrah due to waterlogging, will leave Howrah at 11:55 p.m. instead of 6:50 p.m. Likewise, the 03009 Howrah Yoga Nagri Rishikesh Special leaving Howrah will leave Howrah at 11:45 PM instead of 8:25 PM.

The Howrah Jammu Tawi (Himgiri) Express also departs at 3:30 a.m. instead of 11:55 p.m. For this reason, these three trains also arrive late at Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Junction. Rajesh Kumar, East Central Railway’s chief public relations officer, said the passengers suffered from the rain. Only travel if you know the times of the delayed trains.

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