As many as 23 trains, including morning and evening Shatabdi Express, were cancelled on Sunday owing to the fallout of the Dera Sacha Sauda violence.
Neeraj Sharma, chief public relations officer, New Delhi, said that it was decided in a meeting on Sunday that all trains will start plying from Monday as the situation is now returning to normal. “We will review the law and order situation on Monday and take a final decision then,” he added. He said the Rohtak route will be shut on Monday by the Northern Railway.
He said trains were cancelled whose rakes were not available on Sunday.
Sources said after every eight hours an update about the cancellation and restoration of trains in Chandigarh is sent to the railway station officials. Officials said that they are hoping the situation will not be affected in Chandigarh on Monday. Read More…
Credit By: TOI
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