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Indian Railways Cancelled All Trains between Bihar and Jharkhand

Train passengers coming from Patna to Ranchi and Ranchi to Patna have received a significant setback. Patna-Ranchi-Patna Special Janshatabdi Express train will run only between Patna and Gaya from 13 July.

 

Rail News: The risk of corona infection has increased in both Bihar and Jharkhand states. In this context, Jharkhand Chief Minister, Hemant Soren wrote a letter to Railway Minister Piyush Goyal demanding that the operations of trains coming from Bihar be cancelled. On the request of Chief Minister Hemant Soren, the Railway Ministry has revoked the operation of two trains going from Bihar to Jharkhand from 13 July.

 

Also Read: Indian Railways Will Deploy Isolation Coaches at Patna Junction for COVID-19

 

CPRO of East Central Railways Issued a Press Note

Rajesh Kumar, Chief Public Relations Officer of East Central Railway has issued a press release. On behalf of Railways, it has been said that from 13.07.2020, Train number 02365/02366 Patna-Ranchi-Patna Special train will run only between Patna and Gaya. At the same time, its operations between Gaya and Ranchi will remain cancelled. Similarly, the train number 08183/08184 Danapur-Tata-Danapur Special going from Danapur to Tata will be wholly cancelled between Danapur and Tata.

Also, Check Patna to Ranchi Trains

 

Special Poorva Express Has Been Partially Cancelled

Special Poorva Express (02381/02382), which runs three days a week between Howrah to New Delhi via Gaya Junction, has been partially cancelled. Now this train will run only one day a week. It will run from Howrah on 16 July to New Delhi and from New Delhi to Howrah on 17 July.

 

The Number of Corona Infected Patients Have Increased to 3,518 in Jharkhand

In Jharkhand, on Friday (10 July 2020), 156 new patients of Coronavirus have been found. Now, the number of Corona infected patients has increased to 3,518 in the state. So far, 2,224 patients have won the battle against Corona across the state. 23 infected people have been killed from Corona so far.

Because of the fast-growing cases of corona infection, a decision has been taken to cancel the Patna-Ranchi-Patna Jan Shatabdi Express, and Tata-Danapur Express trains between Bihar and Jharkhand. Patna-Ranchi Jan Shatabdi Express will go from Patna to Gaya only. These two trains were currently running from Bihar to Jharkhand.

 

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