Demonstration is affecting rail passengers, so far 200 trains affected and 35 canceled…

New Delhi | Agneepath Impacting Railways : Since the announcement of the ‘Agneepath’ scheme by the Government of India, there are continuous demonstrations across the country. Due to this demonstration, operations of more than 200 trains have been affected so far. The above information has been issued by the Indian Railways. The Railways said that 35 trains have been canceled since the start of the protest on Wednesday, while 13 were terminated ahead of time. The biggest impact of the demonstration has been on the East Central Railway, which includes parts of Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh. Demonstrations on a large scale have been seen in these states. In such a situation, East Central Railway has also decided to monitor the operation of eight trains due to the performance.

Keeping an eye on the movement of trains

Agneepath Impacting Railways : Railway officials said that they are monitoring the movement of these trains and will take a decision regarding their operation according to the situation. These trains include 12303 Howrah-New Delhi Poorva Express, 12353 Howrah-Lalkua Express, 18622 Ranchi-Patna-Patliputra Express, 18182 Danapur-Tata Express, 22387 Howrah-Dhanbad Black Diamond Express, 13512 Asansol-Tata Express, 13032 Jaynagar-Howrah Express and 13409 Malda Town – Kiul Express. Two trains of East Central Railway 12335 Malda Town- Lokmanya Tilak Express and 12273 Howrah-New Delhi Duronto Express are cancelled. Details of other canceled trains are not immediately available.

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At present, it is difficult to assess the loss of immovable properties.

Agneepath Impacting Railways : The Railways said that several trains of North Frontier Railway pass through the jurisdiction of East Central and three of them have been affected. The protesters damaged three trains of East Central Railway and one empty train. A coach of a train that was parked on the washing line in Uttar Pradesh’s Ballia was also damaged. Railway officials said that at present it is difficult to assess the damage caused to immovable properties. Raising slogans like ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ and ‘Take back Agneepath’ in Ballia, protesting youth torched an empty train and ransacked some other trains. After this the police had to lathi-charge them.

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