Railways going to run 110 special trains amid Diwali and Chhath, see full list here
Railways going to run 110 special trains amid Diwali and Chhath, see full list here

New Delhi: Preparations are currently underway to celebrate festivals like Diwali and Chhath. Many people who live outside the house are planning to go home. If you are also on the same list and you are not getting a train ticket, you don't have to be depressed anymore. In fact, in view of these difficulties faced by the people, railways have decided to run 110 special trains on Diwali and Chhath for confirmed tickets on the train. As per the information received, the ministry of railways has ordered 110 trains to run all zones across the country for passenger amenities. We are all aware that there is a sudden increase in the number of passengers going home on Diwali and Chhath Puja.

All the trains running now are full and it has become difficult to get a confirmed ticket on the train. In view of this, the decision has been taken. Let me tell you that the Northern Railway Administration has been asked to run 26 pairs of trains. Let me tell you that north-central railway has been given a target of running four puja special trains, North Western Railway four, North Western Railway four, Eastern Railway six, East Central Railway six, East Central Coast Railway eight, Southern Railway six, South Eastern Railway eight, South Western Railway two, South Central Railway 18, Western Railway 12 and South Western Central Railway six. According to reports, all these trains are scheduled to run from October 31.

At the same time, the Ministry of Railways has also ordered to increase the number of additional unreserved coaches in regular trains. This will also enable normal passengers to go home at a lower fare and celebrate the festival. In addition, Railways have issued special instructions to run unobstructed trains so that passengers can go home on time without any hassle.

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