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Address: Khargapur, Uttar Pradesh, India

Station Code: GYN

Station Name: GYANPUR ROAD

Zone: NER/North Eastern

Train Frequency Weekly: 155

Station Traffic: High

Address: Rambagh, Purnia, Bihar 854302, India

Station Code: PRNA

Station Name: PURNIA JN

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 153

Station Traffic: High





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Press Release No. 89 Dt:16.05.202018-05-2020
Hubli
Press Release No. 89 Dt:16.05.2020, SHRAMIK SPECIAL TRAINS FROM SWR FERRIES 11,182 PASSENGERS

दक्षिण पश्चिम रेलवे/ SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY

प्रेसविज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 89 Dt:16.05.2020


 

SHRAMIK SPECIAL TRAINS FROM SWR FERRIES 11,182 PASSENGERS – 1 FROM BELLARI TO SAHARSA IN BIHAR, 2 TRAINS FROM MYSURU TO UTTAR PRADESH & 5 TRAINS FROM BANGALURUTOBIHAR, ODISHA, UTTAR PRADESH AND WEST BENGAL o­n 16.05.2020


 

SWR o­n Saturday operated 7 more Shramik Special trains to Northern and Eastern states of Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Odisha and West Bengal.SWR has so far run 61 Shramik Specials for migrant workers, students and families to return back to their home towns, in different parts of the country after relaxation of Lockdown in Karnataka.Two more Shramik Special are scheduled to leave from Bengaluru to Odisha and Jharkhand later tonight.

The first two Shramik Special train of SWR from Mysuru today left from Kabakaputtur to Lucknow with 1520 passengers at 14.15 hrs followed by the second special train from Ashokapuram to Gorakhpur with 1520 passengers at 15.20 hrs.

The third Shramik Special train from Bengaluru carrying 1457 passengers left from Malur to Darbhanga in Bihar at 16.05 hrs.Passengers were happy that State Govt. and Railway had arranged for them to return to their hometown in Bihar.

The fourth Shramik Special train left at 16.30 hrs from Chikkabanavara to Nergundi in Odisha carrying 1518 passengers.Passengers were seen waving to the security and railway personnel as the train rolled out of the station. 

The fifth Shramik special from Chikkabanavara to Lucknow left at 18.00 hrs with 1515 passengers o­n board. This is the 18th Train from Karnataka to Uttar Pradesh. 

The sixth Shramik special and 60th train of SWR from Malur to Purnia in Bihar left at 19.15 hrs with 1299 passengers o­n board.  

The seventh Shramik special from Chikkabanavara to Malda in West Bengal left at 20.00 hrs with 958 passengers o­n board. 

The eight Shramik special left from Bellari to Saharsa in Bihar at 21.25 hrs with 1395 passengers o­n board. 

Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) have granted permission for movement of the stranded citizens including migrant labourers, workers, students, tourists to return to their native towns.As per the list provided by State Government, arrangement of train services for approx 11,182 citizens were made for them to return to their native place from Mysuru and Bengaluru.Hon’ble Minister of Railway has tweeted that Railway has become a blessing for the people by helping those stranded far away due to Lockdown reach their hometowns and Railways is ready to run trains from any district to anywhere. 

State Government had arranged to bring passengers of Shramik Special trains to the stations through BMTC Buses as per the protocol.SWR is transporting passengers to their destination as per the demand of State Government with proper protocol and the receiving State Government is ready to accept them. These special trains are being run from point to point with no stoppages en-route. 

The passengers are being provided with food packet and 2 water bottles of o­ne litre capacity each, dates, cookies and buttermilk for their journey en-route.The passengers were very happy to be returning to their hometowns.They thanked the Railways and State Government for arranging their return journey. 

Care is being taken to ensure social distancing, wearing of masks and sanitizing of hands and making regular announcement to caution the passengers for prevention and spread of Covid-19 virus before departure from Kabakaputtur, Ashokapuram, Chikkabanavara and Malur Stations. Hand Sanitizer along with liquid soap has been provided in all coaches to protect against spread of Covid-19 Virus.Railway is also ensuring complete sanitization of all coaches before boarding of special train by the passengers.

Special Trains are departing the Stations o­nly after all the passengers are medically examined by Government of Karnataka and issued medical certificate.Thermal screening is again done by Railway Medical Teams at the stations.None of the passengers was detected with high temperature.The Railway Protection Force (RPF) team is escorting the trains and ensuring social distancing. Details of passengers, coach-wise with address and mobile Nos. have been obtained.Details have been digitalized and stored for contact tracing in future, if required. 

Anyone who has to travel should contact the State Govt. o­nly and No tickets are being issued at Railway Stations over SWR. Reservation can be done for special train services through IRCTC website.

                                                              Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                    South Western Railway, Hubballi             

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(Public Relations Branch, South Western Railway, Rail Soudha, Gadag Road, Hubballi-580020)






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No.83/2020-2111-05-2020
Chennai
Indian Railway operates 468 “Shramik Special” trains till 11th May, 2020 (1000 hrs) across the country

 

Passengers are being given free meals and water
 
Trains being run by Railways o­nly after concurrence is given both by the State which is sending the passengers and the State which is receiving them
 
Social distancing being observed
 
Around 1200 passengers travel in each of these “Shramik Special” trains
 
 
New Delhi, 11th May 2020
 
Subsequent to the Ministry of Home Affairs order regarding movement of migrant workers, pilgrims, tourists, students and other persons stranded at different places by special trains,Indian Railways had decided to operate “Shramik Special” trains.
 
As o­n 11th May 2020, a total of 468 “Shramik Special” trains have been operationalized from various states across the country, in which 363 trains had reached its destination and 105 trains are in transit.
 
These 363 trains were terminated in various states like Andhra Pradesh (1 Train), Bihar (100 Trains), Himachal Pradesh (1 Train), Jharkhand (22 Trains), Madhya Pradesh (30 Trains), Maharashtra (3 Trains), Odisha (25 Trains), Rajasthan(4 Trains), Telangana(2 Trains), Uttar Pradesh (172 Trains), West Bengal(2 Trains), Tamil Nadu (1 Train).
 
These trains have ferried migrants to cities like Tiruchchirappalli, Titlagarh, Barauni, Khandwa, Jagannathpur, Khurda Road, Prayagraj, Chhapra, Balia, Gaya, Purnia, Varanasi, Darbhanga, Gorakhpur, Lucknow, Jaunpur, Hatia, Basti, Katihar, Danapur,Muzzaffarpur, Saharsa etc.
 
In these Shramik Special Trains, maximum around 1200 passengers can travel observing social distancing. Proper screening of passengers is ensured before boarding the train. During the journey, passengers are given free meals and water.
 
 
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PIB Courtesy



(B.Guganesan)
Chief Public Relations Officer





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