Spl train leaves for Mumbai with Jnaneswari passengers
A passenger special comprising 11 coaches of the ill-fated 2102 Howrah-Jnaneswari Express alongwith four additional coaches left with passengers of the train for Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT) in Mumbai at 9.15 am on Friday.
The train, which left with the traumatised passengers of Gnaneswari Express, will run via Adra Chandil and Sini to reach its destination, South Eastern Railway sources said.
While five trains were cancelled for the day, several mail and express trains have been rescheduled, due to the mishap at Guptomoni in the Kharagpur-Tatanagar section of South Eastern Railway.
2810 Howrah-Mumbai Mail via Nagpur will leave Howrah at 5.00 am on Saturday instead of 20.15 pm on Friday, while 2152 Howrah-LTT Express would depart at 5.15 am tomorrow instead of 21.15 hrs tonight, SER sources said.
2130 Howrah-Pune Azad Hind Express would leave at 5.30 am on Saturday instead of 21.55 pm tonight, 2906 Porbandar Express would leave Howrah at 6.00 am tomorrow instead of 22.55 pm tonight and 2834 Howrah-Ahmedabad Express would leave at 6.55 am tomorrow instead of 23.55 pm tonight.
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