The Red Ribbon Express, a special train traversing various parts of the country to spread awareness about HIV AIDS, would be in Haryana from December 6 to 12 and would focus on youth.
An official spokesman said three halts of the express in the state would be railway stations of
Panipat, Kurukshetra and Ambala cantonment.
In the inaugural function at Panipat on December 6, Haryana health minister Rao Narender Singh would be the chief guest.
The special train would be in Kurukshetra from December 8 to 10.
On December 10, state chief parliamentary secretary Ram Kishan Fauji would be the chief guest at a function to be organised at the last halt station Ambala Cantt.
The special train would leave for Chandigarh on December 12, the spokesman added.