Train services are likely to be restored soon in the Kashmir Valley, more than two months after they were suspended following the Centre’s August 5 move to revoke Article 370 that accorded special status to J&K, a senior official said.
“ All services had been suspended since August and no trains were running. Train services between Baramulla [Kashmir] and Banihal [Jammu] will be restored very soon, hopefully within a week or so. Railway line from Banihal to Katra will also be ready once the construction of the Chenab bridge is finished,” Railway Protection Force (RPF) chief Arun Kumar told HT.
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