Indian Railways: Recently, it has been announced to restart 71 unreserved trains in order to facilitate the movement of people from the railways.
Indian Railways: Indian Railways is running trains as per the requirement of people across the country. According to the demand that is being received, trains are being run on all the routes. At present, the railway is running 1402 special trains on an average daily on different routes. Apart from this, a total of 5381 suburban services are also being received everyday. Also, 830 passenger trains are also running. Not only this, 28 more trains are running as a clone train from the railway side.
Additional trains for these cities in April-May in April-May
According to the news, Railways has decided to run additional trains on some routes across the country. Central Railway is running 29 pairs and Western Railway is running 30 pairs of additional trains. This train will run for the most in-demand routes, including Gorakhpur, Patna, Darbhanga, Varanasi, Guwahati, Barauni, Prayagraj, Bokaro, Ranchi and Lucknow.
71 unreserved trains also started
In order to facilitate the movement of people from the railways, it has recently announced the resumption of 71 unreserved trains. That is, passengers can travel with these trains by taking a general ticket. According to the railways, all these trains have started from different cities from 5th April i.e. today. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal recently gave this information by tweeting. In it, he wrote that by increasing the transport facilities for the passengers, from April 5, the Railways is going to start 71 unreserved train services. These trains will ensure the safe, comfortable journey of the passengers.
Ban on Ahmedabad-Mumbai Central Tejas Express
In view of the new patients of the growing Kovid-19 in the country, the Ministry of Railways has suspended the service of train number 82902/82901 Ahmedabad-Mumbai Central-Ahmedabad Tejas Express (Tejas Express) for the next one month from April 2, 2021. It has been told that IRCTC is very much aware of the safety and convenience of rail passengers.