The train services to the Northeast region from the rest of the country continue to be disrupted due to flood even as the Railway Board on Wednesday directed all Zonal railways to cancel trains travelling from various parts of the country beyond Malda town in West Bengal and Katihar in Bihar till August 20, 2017.
A press release issued by the Chief Public Relations Officer, Northeast Frontier (NF) Railway, Pranav Jyoti Sharma said train services to the Northeast from the rest of the country have been stopped in view of the flood in Assam, West Bengal and Bihar.
Rail connectivity in flood affected portions of Bihar and West Bengal continues to be affected with some improvement in situation today. However, with virtually no-accessibility to most of the damaged sites, restoration work is being affected, the press release informed. Read More..
Credit By: The North East Today
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