Due to G-20, so many trains will be canceled today and tomorrow, check the list here before traveling

Pankaj Prasad
Train Cancel due to G 20 Summit
Train Cancel due to G 20 Summit

In fact, around 208 passenger and 129 mail express trains have been affected due to the G-20 summit.

G-20: Today and tomorrow i.e. 9 and 10 September 2023 are going to be very special from India's point of view. This is because this is the first time that India is hosting a major G-20 summit. Preparations for this are complete. This G-20 summit will be held at the Bharat Mandapam Convention Center in Pragati Maidan, located in the country's capital. For this, Delhi has been decorated like a bride. At the same time, there will be some restrictions in Delhi during this period. These include changes in traffic, some metro stations closed or their gates closed, office-school closed etc. Similarly, during this conference, rail passengers traveling to and from Delhi may face inconvenience, as many trains are expected to be affected. So let's know without delay which trains are included in this. You can see the list in the next slides...

In fact, around 208 passenger and 129 mail express trains have been affected due to the G-20 summit. Whereas, 40 trains have been cancelled. Passengers have been advised by the Indian Railways to get information about the train before going to the station. If you want, you can get information about the movement of trains by calling the helpline number 139 of the railway.

Which trains have been cancelled?

  • Taj Express
  • Sarbat Da Bhala Express
  • Bhiwani-Tilak Bridge Express
  • Meerut Cantt-Shri Ganganagar Special
  • Sirsa Express
  • Rohtak Intercity-Express
  • Sri Ganganagar-Tilak Bridge Express etc.

Which trains have changed route?

Due to G-20 conference, Mathura-Ghaziabad EMU special train will be run via Hazrat Nizamuddin-Sahibabad on Saturday.
Hazrat Nizamuddin-Ghaziabad Express Special will also travel via Hazrat Nizamuddin-Sahibabad on Sunday.

Which trains are not affected?

Now let us talk about those trains which have not been affected due to the G-20 conference, that is, neither their routes have changed nor they have been cancelled. According to information received from Railways, long distance trains have not been affected due to G-20.

At which stations the parcel facility will not be available?

  • New Delhi Railway Station
  • Old Delhi Railway Station
  • Anand Vihar Railway Station
  • Sarai Rohilla Railway Station
  • Nizamuddin Railway Station.