Deen Dayalu Coaches in Indian Railways: Unreserved passengers, or general class passengers as they are sometimes called, have a big reason to cheer! Piyush Goyal-led Indian Railways has announced that as many as 700 unreserved Deen Dayalu coaches in total (since introduction in 2016) will be added to Indian Railways trains by year-end.
The Deen Dayalu coaches have been dedicated to railway passengers who mostly travel through general coaches of Indian Railways and do not wish to spend much on travelling. The Deen Dayalu coaches in Indian Railways have been introduced in order to improve the travel experience for unreserved passengers. Deen Dayalu coaches, first introduced in 2016, boast of many modern facilities such as bio-toilets, mobile charging points, Aquaguard drinking water, comfortable seats and many others.
From April 2016 to February 2017, around 141 Deen Dayalu unreserved coaches were introduced by Indian Railways in 23 pairs of Mail/Express trains. Read More
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