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After the reduction in the number of trains in the Corona era, the system is slowly starting to get back on track. Railway Board Chairman Vinod Kumar Yadav said that the railway is going to run 80 new special trains from September 12. Reservation for these will begin on 10 September. Let us tell you that about 230 special trains are being operated at this time.

He said that notification regarding trains will be issued later in the day. He said that 80 new special trains or 40 pair trains will start from 12 September. Reservation for this will start from 10 September. These trains will be in addition to the 230 trains already running. Yadav said that the railway will monitor all the trains currently operating and find out which trains have long waiting lists.

“Whenever there is a need for a special train, wherever the waiting list is long, we will run the same (clone) train after the original train so that passengers can travel there,” said the chairman of the Railway Board. Yadav also said that the railway will operate trains on request from the states for examination or any other purpose.

Please tell that due to the corona virus epidemic, only corona special trains are being operated. However, the Railway Board has not made it clear that these new trains will run, they will be Corona Special or they will be normal operated.

Significantly, changes have been made in the rail traffic system due to the Kovid 19 epidemic. Physical distance and hygiene are being taken care of. Offering of air-conditioned coaches, bed sheets, blankets etc. has been stopped. The temperature of AC is being kept at 25 degrees Celsius. The pantry has also been closed. Only packaged food is being made available. Passengers are being allowed to come to the station only after a health check-up.

In response to a question about resumption of normal traffic, sources said that no decision has been taken to restore normal traffic. Restraint is applicable on regular trains till further orders.


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