Indian Railways: In view of summer vacation and marriage, people are reaching from one city to another by trains. Indian Railways is the support of most of the people, but trains going to different cities via Bihar or from Bihar are running late by five hours each. Trains going from Patna or other parts of Bihar to cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Guwahati, Bengaluru, Pune, Raipur are running late by hours. Due to this, those people who are traveling by general or sleeper class are facing the most trouble. Traveling by sleeper or general class between 40 degree temperature is a big cause of trouble for common passengers.
Train running late for seven hours
At present, 6369 summer special trains are being run all over the country in view of summer vacation and lagna and due to this the load of trains on the track has increased considerably. This is the reason why trains running on time till a few months back are now running late by hours. Many of these trains were such that they were running late by 7 hours on the way. On one hand, the Railways has run summer special trains, but due to the high number of special trains, regular trains are running late by 6-6 hours. .
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lateness of trains
Train opening date- Originating station- Destination station- How many hours delay
12368 VIKRAMSHILA EXP 18 MAY BHAGALPUR ANANDVIHAR 3 hrs 5 min
13287 South Bihar Ex 18 May Durg Rajendranagar 3 hrs 14 min
15946 Dibrugarh – Lokmanya Tilak
Express) 17 May Dibrugarh Mumbai 5 h 54 min
12142 Patliputra – Lokmanyatilak
Express 18 May Patliputra Mumbai 2 hrs 7 min
22405 Bhagalpur-Garibarath 18 May Bhagalpur Anand Vihar 6 hours
22449 NE SMPRK KRANTI 17 MAY GUWAHATI NEW DELHI 4 hrs 10 min
12321 ARCHANA EXPRESS 16 MAY HOWRAH JAMMU TAWI 3 hrs 54 min
12150Danapur-Pune 17 May Danapur Pune 4 hrs 43 min
12391 SHRAMJEEVI EXPRESS 17 MAY RAJGIR NDLS 6 hrs 18 min
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