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Hapa to Mata vaishno devi katra | Distance-2070Kms | Travel Time 35:45Hrs | Avg Speed 59Km/Hr

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S.noCodeStn NameArr.Dep.HaltDisDay
2RJTRAJKOT JN06:4806:535:00771
3WKRWANKANER JN07:3107:332:001181
5VGVIRAMGAM JN09:5309:552:002581
6ADIAHMEDABAD JN11:0511:2520:003231
7NDNADIAD JN12:1112:132:003691
8ANNDANAND JN12:3112:332:003871
9BRCVADODARA JN13:2013:3515:004231
10GDAGODHRA JN14:5614:582:004971
13RTMRATLAM JN17:5018:0010:006851
14NADNAGDA JN18:5819:002:007261
15VMAVIKRAMGARH ALOT19:2719:281:007661
17RMARAMGANJ MANDI20:4420:451:008791
18KOTAKOTA JN21:4021:455:009511
19SWMSAWAI MADHOPUR22:5823:002:0010591
20BTEBHARATPUR JN01:0901:101:0012412
21MTJMATHURA JN01:5502:005:0012752
22NZMH NIZAMUDDIN04:1004:122:0014082
23NDLSNEW DELHI04:3504:5015:0014162
24PNPPANIPAT JN06:0106:032:0015052
25UMBAMBALA CANT JN07:5508:0510:0016142
26LDHLUDHIANA JN09:4309:5310:0017282
27JRCJALANDHAR CANT10:4510:505:0017802
28PTKCPATHANKOT CANTT12:3512:405:0018932
30JATJAMMU TAWI14:3514:4510:0019922
32SVDKMATA VAISHNO DEVI KATRA17:10Destination20702
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No.23/2020-21. 17-04-2020
Railways transports approximately 6.75 lakh wagons of commodities including about 4.50 lakh wagons of essential commodities like foodgrains, salt, sugar, edible oil, coal and petroleum products since March 23


During the last two days, there have been some reports in media about various protocols etc of prospective travellers by trains. They have also been mentioning about number of trains starting from a given date.

It may be brought to the notice of media that final decision regarding above matters is yet to be taken and pre mature reporting o­n such matters is leading  to unnecessary and avoidable speculation in the minds of public in such extraordinary times.

Its humbly requested and  advised that media may consider to avoid publishing o­n the basis of unconfirmed or unverified matters which may lead to such speculation.

For the post lockdown Rail travel, Railways would take best feasible decisions in the interest of all stake holders including its prospective passengers.

As and when a decision is taken, all concerned would be intimated about it.




More than 2.5 lakh wagons of commodities loaded in the past o­ne week out of which over 1.55 lakh wagons contained essential items


Indian Railways continues to deliver essential commodities to all parts of the country during the continuing lockdown; working big in close association with various Ministries like Agriculture, Chemicals & Fertilizers, Food & Public Distribution to ensure availability of essential items



Indian Railways continues to deliver essential commodities through its freight services during the nationwide lock down to strengthen Government’s efforts in managing the challenges and adverse impact of COVID19 in the country.  The Union Government has been focusing special attention to ensure that the supply chains of essential goods are maintained, besides ensuring that farm produce is transported without hindrance within the state and inter-state.


Since 23rd March 2020 Railways has transported approx. 6.75 lakh wagons of commodities including about 4.50 lakh wagons of essential commodities like foodgrains, salt, sugar, edible oil, coal and petroleum products. During the week 2nd April to 8th April 2020, Railways delivered total 258503 wagons of commodities out of which 155512 wagons contained essential items. This includes 21247 wagons of foodgrains, 11336 wagons of fertilizer, 124759 wagons of coal and 7665 wagons of petroleum products.


It may be recalled that the Union Government has granted a slew of exemptions and relaxations for Agriculture and Allied sectors with respect to the 21-day lockdown over the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak so as to ensure that the farmers do not suffer from any adverse fall out. Meanwhile, the Department of Fertilizers of Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers is making all efforts to ensure an adequate supply of fertilizers for the upcoming Kharif season. The Department of Fertilizers is closely monitoring the production, movement & availability of fertilizers and is in regular touch with State Governments & Ministry of Railways o­n the same. Amidst the COVID-19 lockdown Railways is also working closely with the Food Corporation of India and has moved more than 800 rakes carrying over 20 Lakh MT food grains across the country since 24th March. FCI is able to meet the increasing demand of food grains by gearing up the pace of supply of wheat and rice throughout the country mostly by Rail. 


Railways has also introduced 109 time-table parcel trains to supply essential commodities including perishable horticulture produce, seeds, milk and dairy products. Approximately, 59 routes (109 trains) for parcel special trains have been notified since the beginning of the lockdown. With this, almost all the important cities of India will get connected for transportation of essential and perishable goods at a fast speed. These services are expected to be further scaled up as per requirement.


The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), with its orders under the Disaster Management Act, has allowed manufacture/production, transport and other related supply-chain activities in respect of essential goods like foodstuff, medicines and medical equipment.

Chief Public Relations Officer


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