The Dhoom of Aastha Mahaparva Chhath (Chhath Puja 2020) is being seen in different parts of the country including Bihar. However, due to Corona crisis many guidelines have also been issued this time. Assuming this Mahaparava is being celebrated. During this time, necessary steps are being taken continuously by the Indian Railways to ensure that there is no problem in movement of people. In view of Coronavirus Crisis, the operation of trains is affected, in such a situation, the Railways have decided to run seven Intercity Express Special Trains in order to avoid inconvenience to the passengers in Bihar.
East Central Railway’s decision, operation of 7 intercity special trains
East Central Railway has decided to run seven Intercity Express special trains in view of the convenience of passengers on Chhath Mahaparva. These trains will run from 21 November ie Saturday. Starting from Saturday, these trains are: Patna to Jayanagar, Pataliputra to Raxaul, Rajendra Nagar Terminal to Banka, Danapur to Sahibganj, Danapur to Rajgir, Muzaffarpur to Narkatiaganj, Saharsa to Pataliputra.
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Four MEMU trains will also be operational, see timing
According to the information, these trains, which are being run for the convenience of passengers, will run between November 21 and November 30, keeping in mind the Mahaparav Chhath. These trains will be fully reserved, no one will be able to travel in it without reservation. Apart from this, it has also been decided to run four pairs of MEMU special train. These MEMU trains will run from Patna to Jhajha, Patna to Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyay, Pataliputra to Raxaul and Sonpur to Katihar. See their travel time…
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Kovid-19 guidelines will be taken care of
On the occasion of Chhath festival in Bihar, the railways have decided to run these trains in view of the problems of commuters. However, passengers have been instructed that it will be mandatory to follow the guidelines issued by the government for prevention and prevention of Kovid-19.