Indian Railways: Railways has canceled more than 400 trains ahead of Holi. Eastern Railway has more trains among the major trains to be cancelled. In such a situation, the problems of the passengers of Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, UP have increased. On the occasion of a big festival like Holi, people want to go to their homes and celebrate it with great fanfare with the family. Train is a great means to reach their destination. At this time, the biggest emergency is regarding a confirmed seat in the trains, but the Railways canceled more than 400 trains on Monday even in the time of such a fight. Eastern Railway has more trains among the major trains to be cancelled. In such a situation, the problems of the passengers of Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, UP have increased.
According to the Railways, on Monday, the train coming from Barauni to New Delhi, the train from Howrah Junction to Jabalpur, the train running from Lucknow to Patliputra, the Humsafar Express from Anand Vihar Terminal to Gorakhpur and the Jharkhand Express from Hatia to Anand Vihar Terminal. has been cancelled.
Similarly, Express Special running between Gorakhpur to Chhapra, Superfast Express running between Chandigarh to Amritsar, Kumbh Express running between Howrah to Dehradun, Express running between Udaipur City to Kolkata and New Delhi to Gaya. Mahabodhi Express train has been cancelled. For this reason UP, Bihar, P. Rail traffic has been affected more in Bengal.
At the same time, many long distance trains to and from Punjab and New Delhi have also been cancelled. According to Indian Railways, 354 trains have been completely canceled on Monday. Along with this, 53 trains have been partially cancelled. At the same time, 25 trains have also been rescheduled and the route of 49 trains has been diverted.