The railways cancelled at least 15 mail and express trains either originating from the Patna Junction or passing through the Danapur division of the East Central Railway (ECR) owing to poor visibility on Friday. This is the highest number of trains cancelled on a particular day this year.
According to sources, the Patna-New Delhi Rajdhani Express (12309), Patna-Kota Express (13239), Poorvottar Sampark Express (15602), Sealdah-Anand Vihar Express (13119), Varanasi-Sealdah Express (13134), Brahmaputra Mail (14056) and New Delhi-Malda Town Express (14004) were cancelled because of low visibility. The railways also cancelled the Udyan Abha Toofan Express (13007-13008), Mahananda Express (15483-15484), Patna-Ranchi Jan Shatabdi Express (12365-12366) and Danapur-Anand Vihar Jansadharan Express (13257-13258) from both ends on Friday, sources said. Read More…
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