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2 Trains from (AMH)AZAMGARH to (GUNA)GUNA


Address: Azamgarh Railway Station, Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh 276001, India

Station Code: AMH

Station Name: AZAMGARH

Zone: NER/North Eastern

Train Frequency Weekly: 113

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Guna, Madhya Pradesh, India

Station Code: GUNA

Station Name: GUNA

Zone: WCR/West Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 193

Station Traffic: High





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19054MFP ST EXPRESSAMH01:20GUNA03:3526:15SU3A,SL,GN,19054 Status
19166SABARMATI EXPAMH14:05GUNA12:0021:55M,W,SA2A,3A,SL,GN,19166 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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01-06-2021
Press Release:RPF/ER’S RELENTLESS ENDEAVOUR TO PROVIDE ALL ROUND SECURITY TO THE COMMUTERS


RPF/ER’S RELENTLESS ENDEAVOUR TO PROVIDE ALL ROUND SECURITY TO THE COMMUTERS

Kolkata, May 28, 2021

1)On 23.5.2021, acting o­n tip off, officers & staff of RPF/Asansol & local police, Asansol North arrested six notorious criminals when they were assembled with intention to commit dacoity in Railway quarters located at loco Railway colony, Jhansi Rani Railway Ground near Loco Masjid and recovered o­ne iron country made improvised pipe gun with loaded o­ne round 8mm live ammunition and other deadly weapons.

2)On 24.5.2021, officers & staff of RPF Post, Barrackpore rescued four minor children alongwith their mother from 03137 Kolkata – Azamgarh Weekly Express special at Barrackpore Railway station. o­n query, it could be learnt that they were separated from their father/husband in sequence to boarding in train at Kolkata Railway station. Later, the rescued persons were handed over to their father/husband under proper documentation.

3)On 24.5.2021, officers & staff of RPF/Madhupur & Train Escort party rescued a teenaged boy from 02304 Poorva Express Special at Madhupur Railway station. o­n query, it could be learnt that he was separated from their family members at Jasidih Railway station in sequence to deboarding from train. Later the rescued boy was handed over to his maternal uncle under proper documentation.

4)On 23.5.2021, officers & staff of RPF/Bhagalpur rescued a teenaged girl from the premises of Bhagalpur Railway station. o­n query it could be learnt that she fled from her house to meet her elder sister at Bhagalpur but could not be able to provide any mobile number or address of her sister. Later, the rescued girl was handed over to Child Line, Bhagalpur under proper documentation.

5)On 25.5.2021, officers & staff of RPF Post/Kahalgaon rescued two minor children from the premises of Kahalgaon Railway station. It could be learnt that both children were separated from their guardian in course of journey from Sahibganj to Kahalgaon by 03431 Sahibganj – Jamalpur MEMU special. Later, both children were handed over to their maternal grand father under proper documentation.




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SOUTH CENTRAL RAILWAY
PRESS RELEASE
PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE, SECUNDERABAD - 500 071
No.08/2020-2115-04-2021
Secunderabad
With more than 6000 RKM, Railways log highest ever figures in Electrification of routes and Show astonishing 37 % jump in one year


With 45,881 RKM i.e. 71 % have been electrified by 31.03.2021

An astonishing 34 % of total rail electrification has been completed in last three years alone

Major boost to environment

Railways use Covid as an opportunity to accelerate the Speed of projects

Indian Railways has logged highest ever electrification of sections covering 6,015 Route Kilometer (RKM)in single year during 2020-21.

Despite COVID pandemic, It has surpassed the previous highest of 5,276 RKM achieved in 2018-19.

It is a proud moment for Indian Railways for achieving target of 6000 km plus electrification project completion during tough time 2020-21. Indian Railways is becoming environment friendly and energy secured.

The latest Broad Gauge network of Indian Railways is 63,949 Route kilometer (RKM) and with 740 km of Konkan Railway is 64,689 RKM, out of which 45,881 RKM i.e. 71 % have been electrified by 31.03.2021.

A lot of emphasis has been given to Railway Electrification in recent years with a view to reduce the Nation's dependence o­n imported petroleum-based energy and to enhance the country's energy security, with a vision of providing eco-friendly, faster and energy-efficient mode of transportation.

More than 5 times electrification was achieved during (2014-21) last seven years as compared to during 2007-14. Since 2014, a record 24,080 RKM (37% of present Broad Gauge routes) have been electrified against electrification of 4,337 RKM (7% of present Broad Gauge routes) during 2007-14.

Out of total 45,881 RKM electrified so far, 34 % has been electrified in last three years o­nly.

Indian Railways has also commissioned a record 56 TSSs ( Traction Sub Stations ) during 2020-21, as against previous best of 42, which is an improvement of 33% despite COVID pandemic.

A total of 201 Traction Sub Stations have been commissioned during last seven years as well.

Some of the Major sections electrified by the Indian Railways over the year are as follows-

S.No. Major route

1. Mumbai-Howrah via Jabalpur

2. Delhi-Darbhanga-Jaynagar

3. Gorakhpur-Varanasi via Aunrihar

4. Jabalpur-Nainpur-Gondia- Ballarshah

5. Chennai-Trichy

6. Indore-Guna-Gwalior-Amritsar

7. Delhi-Jaipur-Udaipur

8. New Delhi-New coochbehar-Srirampur Assam via Patna & Katihar

9. Ajmer-Howrah

10. Mumbai-Marwar

11. Delhi-Moradabad-Tanakpur

Indian Railways has planned to fully electrify its tracks by December 2023.

Total Rail electrification would contribute to the goal of “net zero” emissions by 2030 by drawing its entire electrical load from renewable energy sources.



(Ch. Rakesh)
Chief Public Relations Officer





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