Railways worried again due to farmers’ movements, another 5 trains cancelled, the summer special also stopped

Jaipur. The impact of the farmers’ movement is once again visible in the trains of the North-Western Railway Zone. Due to the farmers’ movement, more than 15 trains of NWR have been canceled in the last 3 days and this trend is continuing. NWR regularly reviews the situation and cancels trains every day. But this has consequences for the journey of thousands of train passengers. On one hand, special summer trains are being started for the convenience of passengers, on the other hand, they are being abolished due to the farmers’ movement.

Farmers are once again protesting against Punjab over their demands. The farmers’ movement has direct consequences for the country’s railways. In this order, many trains from NWR are also canceled every day. More than fifteen trains have been canceled in the past three days. For the safety of trains and passengers, NWR cancels trains every day. According to NWR, the situation is regularly reviewed. Trains are canceled on the affected routes. Even on April 21, 5 trains were canceled.

Today these trains have been cancelled
Rail traffic has been hit hard by the farmers’ movement. In view of this, train number 04488 Hansi-Rohtak, train number 04573 Sirsa-Ludhiana, train number 04743 Hisar-Ludhiana, train number 04745 Churu-Ludhiana and train number 14653 Hisar-Amritsar have been canceled on April 21.

The Punjab and Haryana routes are more affected.
Like the trains of Rajasthan, this movement is also having an impact in the rest of the country. Trains passing through Punjab to other states are being canceled or their routes are being changed. Travelers now have to use other means to reach Punjab. Especially, its impact is maximum on Rohtak, Hansi, Sirsa, Ludhiana, Hisar and Amritsar routes. Overall, the passengers going to Punjab cannot avail the summer special trains at the moment. NWR says that as soon as the situation becomes normal, all trains will be restarted.

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