Railways has canceled 185 trains on Tuesday 22 November due to various reasons like weather and track maintenance. Out of these, 127 trains have been canceled completely while the remaining 58 trains have been partially cancelled. You can see the list of canceled trains by visiting the official website of the Railways.
Indian Railways sometimes cancels passenger trains due to weather conditions and maintenance. Railways canceled 185 trains on Tuesday, 22 November. Out of these, 127 trains have been completely cancelled. While the remaining 58 trains have been partially canceled due to various reasons in many railway zones of the Indian Railways network.
If you have booked train tickets, then you can see the list of canceled trains by visiting the official website of the Railways. For this, you can see by opening the direct link (https://www.irctchelp.in/cancelled-trains-list/). Here you will get to see the updated list of trains canceled by the Railways.
Meanwhile, Northeast Frontier Railway General Manager Anshul Gupta told ANI that the survey for laying the railway line at Moreh in Manipur till the Myanmar border has been completed and the project has been formally approved for two years. Will expire in no time. Gupta said, “As the works are being approved, the railway line till Moreh will be completed in two to two and a half years.
Special focus on connectivity of North Eastern states On connecting railways to state capitals in North East India region, he said that they have connected state capitals of Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh far and wide. These railways will be part of the expansion of Indian Railways in the North Eastern region, which will boost strategic needs, tourism and all-weather connectivity.
Projects are in advanced stage in other three states; In Sikkim, work up to Rangpo will be completed by December 2023. In Mizoram, the Sairang Railway Line project will also be completed by December 2023. In Manipur, we are targeting the state capital connectivity to be completed by December 2023,” he explained. At the same time, rail connectivity is also being done on a war footing in Kohima, the capital of Nagaland.
Rail connectivity survey for Bhutan beginsz
Railways has started the survey for the first rail connectivity for Bhutan and it will be completed by March 2023. Gupta said that once the work is sanctioned, the project will be completed in two years. Gupta says that there was some delay in land acquisition and it is expected that by March 2026 connectivity will be operational till the capital Kohima. In addition, the railway line between Karimganj (India) and Shahbazpur (Bangladesh) will be completed by March 2023. The lines between Agartala (in India) and Akhaura (in Bangladesh) will be completed by 2023.