new Delhi. After about 8 months, the service of Tejas Express train has been restored again on the first day of Navratri today. The operations of these trains were stopped from March 19 due to the corona virus epidemic. Explain that this is the first private train in India to run between Lucknow-New Delhi and Ahmedabad Mumbai. IRCTC operates this train.
If this train has been started in the festive season on the day before Navratri, then there is a possibility of gathering crowds. Issuing guidelines regarding this, the IRCTC said that this time the employees working in the Tejas train have been specially trained for the corona. In order to ensure that the protocol issued for the employee is followed well. Apart from this, the safety of passengers and employees will be kept paramount.
Special facility for people doing Navratri
Special facility is being provided for people who are worshiping Navratri in Tejas Express train. It has been told in media reports that from today onwards, fruits will also be made available to the passengers through IRCTC in Tejas trains. Explain that keeping in mind the extra rush of passengers during the festive season, the Railways has decided to run 5 more Pooja Special trains.
If considered by the Railways, these special reserved trains will run between Rajendranagar and Howrah, Guwahati and Kolkata, Anand Vihar and Bhagalpur, Jammu Tawi and Bhagalpur and Guwahati and Secunderabad. The 02518 Guwahati-Kolkata Special train running between Assam and Bengal will run from October 21 to November 28.
This train will leave Guwahati at 21:00 every Wednesday and Saturday and reach Kolkata at 15:00 the next day. 02517 Kolkata-Guwahati Special will run from 22 October to 29 November. During this time, every Thursday and Sunday this train will leave from Kolkata station at 21:40 and reach Guwahati at 15:55 the next day.
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