Maoists-triggered train mishap: Trains rescheduled
The South Eastern Railway rescheduled and diverted some trains in its zone in the wake of Gyaneswari Express mishap triggered by Maoists that claimed over 70 lives today.kolkata Updated: May 28, 2010 22:37 IST
The South Eastern Railway rescheduled and diverted some trains in its zone in the wake of Gyaneswari Express mishap triggered by Maoists that claimed over 70 lives on Friday.
According to SER officials, Sri Jagannath Express has been rescheduled to leave Howrah at 2:00 am tomorrow instead of 7:00 pm today, while Ranchi-New Delhi Garib Rath Express may be rescheduled or regulated so that it reaches Barkakana at 6.00 am on Saturday.
New Delhi-Ranchi Garib Rath reaching Mughalsarai on May 30 would be controlled up to 6.00 am hours in the East Central Railway Zone. New Delhi-Hatia Jharkhand Swarnajayanti Express will be diverted via Mughalsarai-Gaya-Gomoh.
Varanasi-Ranchi Express, Garib Nawaz Express, Varanasi-Sambalpur Express, Ranchi-Varanasi Express, Sambalpur-Varanasi Express and Garib Nawaz Express leaving Ranchi will run via Mughalsarai-Gomoh-Rajabera from Friday till June 2.
Jammu Tawi-Tata Express reaching Chopan will run via Chunar-Mughalsarai-Gomo-Rajabera from today till June 2, while Tata-Jammu Tawi Express will also run on the same route for six days, the officials said.
Hatia-New Delhi Jharkhan Swarn Jayanti Express will run via Rajabera-Gomoh-Mughalsarai-Chunar on May 31 and June 1.
Ranchi-New Delhi Rajdhani Express will run via Rajabera-Gomoh-Mughalsarai on Saturday.