Western Railway Friday withdrew its order to cancel halts of six suburban trains at Jogeshwari station in northern Mumbai following protests from commuters.
The halts were cancelled as part of a new suburban train timetable that came into effect Thursday.
The decision had upset commuters who lodged complaints with the Jogeshwari station master as well as divisional authorities.
Following a meeting between BJP Mumbai unit chief Ashish Shelar and WR Mumbai divisional railway manager Sanjay Mishra, the decision to cancel the halts was revoked Friday. Read more
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