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Indian Railways: Big News! Indian Railways going to run 110 special trains on Diwali-Chhath, will make 668 trips,check list immediately

New Special Train: If you are also planning to go to your home on Diwali Chhath, then there is good news for you. Keeping in mind the festive season, Indian Railways is going to run 110 special trains. The number of coaches is also being increased to increase the availability of berths during the festive rush. You can check all the information related to these trains here.




New Delhi. Keeping in mind the convenience of the passengers, Indian Railways is going to run many trains in the festive season. Keeping in mind the Diwali and Chhath Puja, 110 special trains are being run. Indian Railways has run many trains to connect the major stations of the country. The special thing is that these 110 special trains will make 668 trips during the festival season.

According to the Ministry of Railways, for the convenience of railway passengers and to clear the extra rush of passengers during this festive season, the Railways has made special arrangements. Indian Railways will make 668 trips of 110 special trains from Durga Puja to Chhath Puja this year. The number of coaches is also being increased to increase the availability of berths during the festive rush.

Check here the full list…

NR – 26 trains and 312 trips

NCR – 4 trains and 26 trips

NER – 4 trains and 24 trips

NWR – 4 trains and 4 trips

ER – 6 trains and 44 trips

ECR – 6 trains and 12 trips

ECOR – 8 trains and 24 trips

SR – 6 trains and 12 trips

SER – 8 trains and 46 trips

SWR – 2 trains and 10 trips

CR – 6 trains and 26 trips

WR – 18 trains and 102 trips

WCR – 12 trains and 26 trips

Northern Railway is running maximum 26 trains, 26 trains of Northern Railway will make 312 rounds. RPF personnel will keep an eye on arranging passengers in unreserved coaches in line to avoid crowding at stations during festivals. They will also do the work of putting passengers in line.

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