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Railways to run trains ‘as per demand'
By TOG News service
Apr 10, 2021

TOG NEWS SERVICE, NEW DELHI, APR 10, 2021: AMID fears of a looming lockdown due to the surge in COVID-19 cases, the Indian Railways on Friday said there are no plans to stop train services.

"Indian Railways will continue to provide trains services as per demand," said an official statement.

The Railways is running a total of 1,402 specials train services on an average per day. There are 5,381 suburban train services and 830 passenger train services operational. Apart from this, 28 special trains are also being operated as clones of highly patronised trains, said the Ministry of Railways.

Moreover, additional trains will be running during April-May to clear the rush in Central Railways with 58 trains (29 pairs) and Western Railway with 60 trains (30 pairs). These trains are for destinations having high demand like Gorakhpur, Patna, Darbhanga, Varanasi, Guwahati, Barauni, Prayagraj, Bokaro, Ranchi and Lucknow, among others.