The Indian Railways decides to re-start multiple long-distance trains with the decline in daily cases of the new Covid-19 cases.
The Indian Railways which were shut down in April with the hit of Covid-19’s deadly second wave. The decision has been prompted by a steady downward trajectory of daily Covid-19 cases across the country.
The decline has also led the states in lifting with conditions. Restrictions that were imposed to spread the curb of the viral disease, thus making it easier for the Indian Railways to start its long-distance trains again.
Following trains will resume its operation:
(1.) 02019: Howrah-Ranchi Shatabdi Special (except Sunday)
(2.) 02020: Ranchi-Howrah Shatabdi Special (except Sunday)
(3.) 02343: Sealdah-New Jalpaiguri Special (Daily)
(4.) 02344: New Jalpaiguri-Sealdah Special (Daily)
(5.) 03161: Kolkata-Balurghat Special (except Saturday)
(6.) 03262: Balurghat-Kolkata Special (except Saturday)
(7.) 02261: Kolkata-Haldibari Special (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday)
(8.) 02262: Haldibari-Kolkata Special (Wednesday, Friday, Sunday)
(9.) 03033: Howrah-Katihar Special (Daily)
(10.) 03034: Katihar-Howrah Special (Daily)
Southern Railway has announced the resumption of 02620/02619 Mangalore Central-Lokmanya Tilak Terminus-Mangalore Central daily special fare special festival train.
With effect from June 15 till June 30, train no 02620 will leave Mangalore Central at 12:40pm and reach Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 6:35am the next day.
For the return journey, train no 02619 will depart Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 3:20pm and arrive at Mangalore Central at 10:10am the next day. This schedule will be in place from June 16-July 1.