To help clear the extra rush of passengers, the NF Railway will extend the services of special trains running between Guwahati and Secunderabad, and between Guwahati and Okha.
Services of these trains have been extended to run with existing timings, stoppages, composition and days of run for the convenience of the passengers.
It has also been decided to restore the services of a special train between Rajendra Nagar and New Jalpaiguri with existing timings, stoppages, composition and days of run.
Services of train No. 07030 moving from Secunderabad to Guwahati have been extended to run for two trips. On the first trip, the train left from Secundrabad on June 6, 2021. Another trip of the train will leave from Secunderabad on June 13.
Services of Train No. 07029 Guwahati – Secunderabad weekly summer special leaving from Guwahati on Wednesday have also been extended to run for two trips. The train will leave from Guwahati on 9th and 16th June.
Services of Train No. 03246 Rajendra Nagar – New Jalpaiguri (tri-weekly) special leaving from Rajendra Nagar on Thursday, Friday and Saturday have been restored from June 10, till further advice.
In the return direction, services of Train No. 03245 New Jalpaiguri – Rajendra Nagar (tri-weekly) special leaving from New Jalpaiguri on Saturday, Sunday and Monday have been restored from June 12 till further advice.
The details of stoppages and timings of these trains are available on Railway’s website and are also being notified in various newspapers and social media platforms of N.F. Railway. Passengers are requested to see these details before undertaking their journey.
On arrival at their destination, the passengers will have to adhere to prevailing health protocols of the destination state. All passengers are requested to co-operate with the railway and respective state government officials in this regards.
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