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NFR cancels, short-terminates 30 trains

DIMAPUR, DEC 11 (NPN) | Publish Date: 12/11/2019 12:29:07 PM IST

In view of massive protests and railway blockade being carried out in North East against the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB), 2019, the NFR has cancelled and short-terminated 30 trains to and from the region.

NF Railways chief PRO Subhanan Chanda informed that the cancelled trains are 15604 Ledo – Guwahati Intercity Exp (Dec 11); 15606 Dibrugarh–Furketing–Guwahati Intercity Exp (Dec 11); 15908 Naharlagun – Tinsukia Intercity Exp (Dec 11); 05820 Dekargaon – Dibrugarh Intercity Exp (Dec 13); 12087 Naharlagun – Guwahati Shatabdi Exp (Dec 12); 12085 Guwahati – Dibrugarh Shatabdi Exp (Dec 12); 15959 Howrah – Dibrugarh Kamrup Exp (Dec 12); 12525 Kolkata – Dibrugarh Exp (Dec 11).

The other trains that have been cancelled are 15942 Dibrugarh – Jhajha Exp (Dec 12); 15941 Jhajha – Dibrugarh Exp (Dec 13); 15968 Dibrugarh– Rangiya Exp (Dec 12); 15967 Rangiya–Dibrugarh Exp (Dec 12); 15910 Lalgarh–Dibrugarh Avadh Assam Exp (Dec 13) and 55913 Jorhat–Tinsukia passenger (Dec 12).

15960 Dibrugarh– Howrah Kamrup Exp will originate from Guwahati on December 12 & 13; and will remain cancelled between Dibrugarh and Guwahati. 15955 Dibrugarh–Delhi Brahmaputra mail of December 11 will originate from Guwahati on December 12 and will remain cancelled between Dibrugarh and Guwahati. 12423 Dibrugarh–New Delhi Rajdhani Exp of December 11 will originate from Guwahati on December 12 and cancelled between Dibrugarh and Guwahati.

The 20503 Dibrugarh–New Delhi Rajdhani Exp of December 12 will originate from Guwahati on December 13 and cancelled between Dibrugarh and Guwahati.

The 15909 Dibrugarh–Lalgarh Avadh Assam Exp of December 12 will originate from Guwahati on December 12 and remain cancelled between Dibrugarh and Guwahati.

The 13174 Agartala–Sealdah Kanchanjungha Exp of December 12 will start from Dharmanagar and cancelled between Agartala and Dharmanagar. 

The 14019 Agartala – Delhi Tripurasundari Exp of December 12 will start from Badarpur and will remain cancelled between Badarpur and Agartala.


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