346 trains including Shramjeevi, Magadha will remain canceled today

Pankaj Prasad
Trains Cancelled
Trains Cancelled

Railway officials have kept silence regarding the running of Rajdhani and Sampoorna Kranti Express from Rajendra Nagar on Monday.

In protest against the Agneepath plan of the Central Government, 346 trains running from East Central Railway including Shramjeevi Express, Magadha Express, and Patna-Kota will remain canceled due to Bharat Bandh on Monday. It also includes 107 trains running from Danapur Railway Division. The canceled trains include Mail-Express and Passenger trains. At the same time, railway officials have kept silent regarding the running of the Rajdhani and Sampoorna Kranti Express from Rajendra Nagar on Monday. However, a message about the cancellation of the train has been sent to the passengers traveling by Sampoorn Kranti.

Nine trains passing through East Central Railway will run at night

For the convenience of the passengers from the railway side, nine trains passing through East Central Railway will run at night. It also includes Vikramshila Express. CPRO Virendra Kumar said that the operation of trains running from Poomre has been canceled on Monday due to law and order situation. For the convenience of the passengers, nine trains passing through Poomre have been run on Monday. This includes Vikramshila Express, Bhagalpur-Surat, Howrah-New Delhi Rajdhani, Howrah-Jaisalmer, Howrah-New Delhi Duronto, Howrah-Bhopal, Kumbh Express, Sealdah-Jammutvi Humsafar Express.

Those who damage railway property will go to jail

RPF's Senior Divisional Security Commissioner Ashish Mishra conducted a flag march at Gaya railway station on Sunday morning. During this, a tour of the station premises including platform number one to seven, Delhi side, inquiry office, reservation counter was done from Gaya railway station. Railway passengers were appealed to enter the junction as per rules and wait for their trains. Do not damage railway properties. Taking legal action against those who damage railway property will be sent to jail.

Soldiers were deployed everywhere

The RPF commandant told that only after checking the ticket at the entrance, rail passengers will be able to enter the platform of the junction. Those without ticket will not be allowed to enter. The commandant said that troops have been deployed everywhere. While deploying selected officers and jawans, strict instructions have been given to immediately arrest those who damage railway property. Not only this, explain to the students that railways should not damage property and do not obstruct the operation of trains in any way. The RPF commandant has talked about cooperating while explaining to the people.