As many as 15 trains to and from the south-eastern parts of the country continued to arrived late by several hours in the city railway station due to dense fog in the early morning and late evening hours over the Northern Railways route, which hassled passengers waiting on different platforms.
Many long-route trains coming from Kolkata and Uttar Pradesh remained the worst affected, as they arrived late by more than seven hours. Inquiry officials stated that the trains worst hit by bad weather conditions on Tuesday were Shaheed Express from Amritsar to Jaynagar (which arrived late by 13 hours at 9am instead of 8pm the previous evening) and Himgiri Express from Howrah to Amritsar (which arrived almost 15 hours late at 10.45am instead of 8pm the previous evening).
Ganga-Satluj Express and Saharsa Express also arrived late by more than eight hours at 3am instead off 6.30pm the previous Read More
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