A number of trains plying between Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh have been running behind schedule for the last two days due to Hudhud cyclone. Besides, Bhopal-Durg Amarkantak Express, which was scheduled to leave from Bhopal on Thursday, has been cancelled.
Senior divisional commercial manager Brajendra Kumar said that for last two days some trains running between Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh have been running late. He said that some trains that had got delayed in last two days included Shridham Express, Jabalpur-Habibganj Janshatabdi Express and Indore-Bilaspur Narmada Express.
He informed that Nizamuddin-Vizag Samta Express had been cancelled earlier because of cyclone. He said many Jabalpur-bound trains also got delayed in last two days. He said on Thursday the schedules of the trains had been normalised.
Govt to send help to cyclone-hit Andhra
The MP Power Management Company is going to send 800 power technicians and 1,000 transformers of 100 kVA to restore power network in the cyclone-hit Andhra Pradesh.
The MP Central Zone Power Distribution Company and MP West Zone Power Distribution Company will supply 500 transformers each of 100 kVA to the Andhra Pradesh Eastern Power Distribution Company. The government considered AP’s request for helping restore the power network. The AP government had requested for 1,100 transformers of 100 kVA, 550 transformers of 63kVA and 2000 technicians.