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Address: Adilabad Railway Station, NH 7, Adilabad, Andhra Pradesh 504001, India

Station Code: ADB

Station Name: ADILABAD

Zone: SCR/South Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 69

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Chandrapur Railway Station, Ganj Ward, Chandrapur, Maharashtra 442402, India

Station Code: CD

Station Name: CHANDRAPUR

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 215

Station Traffic: High

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Central Railway press release dated 24.5.2020

Central Railway

Press Release

Indian Railways is running Shramik special trains for stranded migrants, workers, tourists and students in various parts of the country at the request of the state governments from 1.5.2020.

On request from Government of Maharashtra, Shramik special trains have been run from various stations of Mumbai, Pune, Bhusawal, Nagpur, & Solapur divisions of Central Railway, Nanded division of South Central Railway, Mumbai Central division of Western Railway and also from Konkan Railway. o­n demands given o­n daily basis by nodal officers of the Government of Maharashtra, Railways have run 520 Shramik special trains carrying 7,32,166 migrant workers till 23.05.2020. The demands for Shramik special trains are given by State Government with list of travellers, their destinations and other details after consulting receiving states.

So far Railways had to cancel 65 trains, after it was scheduled, for want of adequate preparations by State Government of Maharashtra. Certain States like WB, Jharkhand, Kerala, Odisha, Rajasthan have been reluctant to give consent for receiving Shramik Special trains. The State Government of Kerala   has requested for prior details of the migrants going to Kerala state to enable them to be in readiness for receiving the migrants with proper transportation etc. This has resulted in cancellation of train to Kerala for want of details of migrants going to Kerala. State Government of West Bengal requested that due to Amphon cyclone, they are not in a position to receive trains till 26.5.2020. Also for some places like Tirunelveli, Una, Rewa & Bilaspur the Shramik special trains departed with less number of passengers than the capacity. In fact, it is observed that there are not much demand from State Government of Maharashtra for running Shramik special trains from the districts like Nashik, Dhule, Amravati, Chandrapur and Akola etc.

There has been continuous interaction of Railways' nodal officer and his team with the nodal officers of Government of Maharashtra for planning and scheduling of Shramik special trains o­n day to day basis. So far demands given by the State Government of Maharashtra o­n day to day basis have been complied fully and in future too Railways is willing to supply trains as per the requirements and details given by state government.  Central Railway has been asking for detailed list from the nodal officer of Maharashtra. Minister of Railways, has also directed to run 125 trains tomorrow in Maharashtra and for the last two hours Railway Authorities have been waiting for the list of passengers with details of their destination to plan for the trains. Planning special trains is an elaborate process which requires time and unless lists are given in time, Maharashtra Government will make it impossible for Railways to run the train.

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Date: May 24, 2020


This press release is issued by Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.

(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer

Silent warriors during COVID19 – Real Heroes - Track maintainer

Central Railway

Press Release


Silent warriors during COVID19 – Real Heroes - Track maintainer


Central Railway’s many staff are working silently during this difficult time. Track Maintainer at various locations playing an important role to maintain the track for safe running of freight movements of trains during lock-down. Railway ensuring the smooth movement of freight & parcel traffic for supply of essential commodity in the various part of our country in this lock-down situation. The track maintainers are keeping the track safe for movement of freight traffic. Track maintainers understand the importance when the nation is passing through difficult time and fighting against the COVID19.In this difficult situation track maintainers are doing their duty with zeal.


Engineering officers of Mumbai, Pune, Solapur, Bhusaval and Nagpur division of Central Railway, closely monitoring the track maintenance work. Every safety equipment is provided to the track maintainer. Sr DEN Co-ordination of their respective division is personally interacting with them for summer precautions and guide to maintain social distancing while performing their works. Divisional Engineers Counselling Track-man for social distancing and safe work. Section Engineers are ensuring distribution of mask, sanitizers, soap and hand gloves to every track maintainer o­n duty.


Apart from this, track women of CR are preparing mask for their colleagues and railway employees o­n Duty. Smt. Malati, Track woman at Chandrapur, Smt. Kalpana Neware, Track woman at Chandrapur, Monika Raghu Waghmare Track woman at Ajni and Ranjana Kshirsagar, Track Woman at Ajni had already prepared 150 masks each and also 150 masks each are under preparation. Thus total 1,200 masks are being prepared by track woman voluntarily at their home. A big salute to all silent heroes fighting against COVID19.

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Date: April 10, 2020


This press release is issued by Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai

(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer


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