IRCTC / Indian Railways: If you are thinking of going home in the festival season (Diwali 2020, Chhath 2020) then you know this… otherwise you will stand at the station and the train will not come. Yes… Gurjar movement (Gurjar Aandolan 2020) has affected many trains. According to the information, due to the ongoing Gurjar agitation in Rajasthan, Indian Railways has diverted many trains.
Not only this, the railways has decided to cancel many trains. If you too are going to travel on the western railways route, then check the list before that so that you do not have problems. Western Railway has given information by tweeting that 02059/02060 railway has done the job of canceling the Kota- Hazrat Nizamuddin – Kota special train which was to leave on November 8.
Western Railway’s tweet: Western Railway has written on its official Twitter handle that it has been decided to change the routes of some more trains due to Gurjar agitation and farmer movement. On the other hand, train number 02059/02060 Kota – Hazrat Nizamuddin – Kota special train which has been canceled for November 8. Apart from this, train numbers 09027/09028 Bandra-Jammuutvi and Jammuutvi-Bandra Special train were canceled for 7 November.
Badla Route: Due to Gujjar Reservation Movement in Rajasthan, a dozen trains are running according to the changed route plan. The trains whose routes have been changed include the names of many trains like- New Delhi- Trivendrum special train, Mumbai Central special train, Amritsar-Bandraterminus Paschim special.
Train according to the convenience of passengers: For the convenience of passengers here in Diwali and Chhath festival, the railway has decided to operate Pooja special train from Islampur and Purnia courts to Hatia and Danapur to Tata from 10 November to 30 November. 08624/08623 Hatia – Islampur Pooja Special train will run according to the regular train number 18623/18624 timings and stops (some stations not included). In both the up and down direction this Pooja Special Namkom, Tatsilavai, Silli, Jhalida, Pandhag, Gajhandi and Tehta will not stop at the station.