Train, mp, mla, ticket, rail – Probably open train reservation window closed due to covid

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Shell. March 2020, Konch’s rail traffic was also affected due to Kovid-19 and not only the Conch at Shuttle train, but also the reservation window installed at Koch station was closed, but now the window is expected to open. Union State Minister Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma has launched an effective initiative to restore these two facilities. Based on this, it is assumed that the reservation window and the shuttle service can begin soon.
The shuttle train, which covers a distance of only 14 km between Konch Et, Asia’s shortest broad-gauge line, and the reservation window set up at Koch station, has been closed for sixteen months. Because of this, the area’s residents are constantly deprived of basic facilities such as transportation. The railway started operating trains on various routes when the pace of the corona infection slowed and after the reservation option was also put into operation, the residents of the cooking area were hopeful. Now the Conch at Shuttle train will also go into operation and the reservation window will open. In view of the inconvenience to the citizens, BJP Mayor Sunil Lohia, former Bar Association President Vinod Agnihotri, Kamlesh Chopra, Kailash Mishra, Ram Prakash Yadav, etc. informed Union State Minister Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma about the problem. So he took it seriously and asked his secretary Atul Mishra to contact the senior officials in the railway department. The secretary had a fruitful conversation with the Senior Commercial Manager of the North Central Railway yesterday. During the talks it was assured that the reservation window, which is currently closed at the Koch train station, will be reopened in the next week.

no official order yet
RK Tiwari, deputy station master at Koch Station, said they had not received any official instructions to reopen the reservation window. Information is only accepted orally. Until they receive a written letter from the faculty, they cannot do anything about their level.

Shell. March 2020, Konch’s rail traffic was also affected due to Kovid-19 and not only the Conch at Shuttle train, but also the reservation window installed at Koch station was closed, but now the window is expected to open. Union State Minister Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma has launched an effective initiative to restore these two facilities. Based on this, it is assumed that the reservation window and the shuttle service can begin soon.

The shuttle train, which covers a distance of only 14 km between Konch Et, Asia’s shortest broad-gauge line, and the reservation window set up at Koch station, has been closed for sixteen months. Because of this, the area’s residents are constantly deprived of basic facilities such as transportation. The railway started operating trains on various routes when the pace of the corona infection slowed and after the reservation option was also put into operation, the residents of the cooking area were hopeful. Now the Conch at Shuttle train will also go into operation and the reservation window will open. In view of the inconvenience to the citizens, BJP Mayor Sunil Lohia, former Bar Association President Vinod Agnihotri, Kamlesh Chopra, Kailash Mishra, Ram Prakash Yadav, etc. informed Union State Minister Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma about the problem. So he took it seriously and asked his secretary Atul Mishra to contact the senior officials in the railway department. The secretary had a fruitful conversation with the Senior Commercial Manager of the North Central Railway yesterday. During the talks, it was assured that the reservation window, which is currently closed at Koch train station, will be reopened next week.



no official order yet

RK Tiwari, deputy station master at Koch Station, said they had not received any official instructions to reopen the reservation window. Information is only accepted orally. Until they receive a written letter from the faculty, they cannot do anything about their level.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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