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Amid growing corona, the country’s first private train Tejas Express closed again, is the railway track going to be resumed?

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IRCTC has decided to suspend the service of Tejas Express, the country’s first private train running between Ahmedabad-Mumbai Central-Ahmedabad for a month, due to increasing cases of Corona.

The possibility of braking is also increasing at Mumbai Local.

Corona cases are again increasing. Due to this, local lockdown has also increased. Meanwhile, Indian’s first private train Tejas Express has been braked. IRCTC has decided to stop the operation of Tejas Express running between Ahmedabad-Mumbai Central-Ahmedabad from April 2. This train will not be operated for the next one month.

Corona is spreading at the fastest speed in the country’s financial capital Mumbai. The possibility of braking is increasing at the Mumbai local, called the lifeline of the metropolis. The mayor of the city, Kishori Pednekar, has warned of stricter restrictions from today. The mayor has also indicated that as before, trains can also be opened only for the staff associated with essential services. Medical experts say that since the service of the local train has been restored, the cases of Corona have increased rapidly. Let us know that the Chief Minister has already indicated to impose complete lockdown in the state. So far no official announcement has been made regarding any stringent lockdown.

Tejas Express suspended for one month

Regarding the closure of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Tejas Express service, a Western Railway spokesperson said that this service is being suspended for a month from today. Passengers who had booked tickets for April 2 or later, have been informed about this. Refund of their tickets will be released soon.

No normal train operation for two months

At the same time, Indian Railways is preparing to start passenger train services completely. It is believed that it will start operating in the next two months. These trains will be run in the same states where the governments will approve it. Apart from this, passenger trains will be allowed to run in the places where COVID-19 will be under epidemic control. According to a PTI report, 66% of train services are currently being run as special trains.

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Bhagyashree Soni
Bhagyashree Soni is a software engineer with soft writing skills. She is a degree holder from the International School of Entrepreneurial Leadership. She has been a state-level badminton champion and chess player. A woman with a forthright attitude enjoys her writing passion as her chosen career. Writing in the context of feminism, social-cause and entreprenurship is her forte.
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