Due to the second wave of Kovid-19, many trains are not getting sufficient number of passengers. At the same time, in the midst of the Corona transition, the Indian Railways is constantly reducing the frequency of trains keeping in mind the safety of the passengers. Railways has now canceled the operation of MEMU/Passenger special trains running through Raipur till June 30 in view of its prevention in view of the increasing outbreak of Corona virus.
Let us inform that the operation of 4 pairs of MEMU / Passenger Special trains running between Raipur-Dongargarh-Bilaspur and Chhindwara-Itwari, Jharsuguda-Gondia has been cancelled.
Apart from this, the Railways has now stopped the operation of Tejas Express running between Mumbai Central and Ahmedabad for a month. This information has been given by the Railways through an official tweet.
DRM Ahmedabad wrote in a tweet – Keeping in view the circumstances of Corona epidemic in Maharashtra and Gujarat, on the request of IRCTC, train number 82901/82902 Ahmedabad – Mumbai Central Tejas Express running between Ahmedabad and Mumbai Central has been extended till 30 June 2021. has been canceled for the period.