Indian Railway's big move, no more guards in trains

New Delhi: Indian Railways said in a statement on Friday that the Railways has changed the 'guard' delegation to 'train manager.' A statement issued by the Indian Railways said that there has been a long-sought conversion of the 'train guard' delegation into a 'train manager.' However, the amendment to the delegation will not change their pay level, recruitment pattern, existing duties and responsibilities, seniority and promotion path. This was stated in a press release sent by the Ministry of Railways to general managers of all Indian Railways/PU.

The same press release further states that the revised delegation is more in line with their existing duties and responsibilities and will improve the motivation level of the guard who is now a 'train manager.' Earlier, Keeping in view the facilities of the people travelling in the train, Indian Railways is continuously making necessary changes in its services. In the same vein, Northern Railway and Western Railway have announced changes in some train services to provide better and comfortable services to the people. Northern Railway has said that the unreserved train from Shakurbasti in Delhi to Palwal in Haryana will now run up to Mathura Junction in UP.

Western Railway, on the other hand, has announced the resumption of the Maharashtra Sampark Kranti. Western Railway has said that the train will run from January 26 till further orders. Northern Railway has issued a press release stating that train No. 04446, Shakurbasti-Palwal Unreserved Mail/Express train will run from 31st January to Mathura Junction. According to Northern Railway, the train will run from Shakurbasti in Delhi at 06.20 pm and reach Palwal at 08.16 pm on the same day. The train will run from Palwal at 08.18 pm and reach Mathura Junction at 10.35 pm on the same day.

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