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2 Trains from (HJP)HAJIPUR JN to (PRNA)PURNIA JN


Address: Adalpur, Hajipur, Bihar, India

Station Code: HJP

Station Name: HAJIPUR JN

Zone: ECR/East Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 443

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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RECENT NEWS

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No:127/2020-2101-06-2020
Chennai
Southern Railways transported over 3.56 lakh stranded persons in 29 days in 258 Shramik Special trains since May 1


Southern Railway commenced the operation of Shramik Special trains from 1st of May, 2020 to transport stranded migrant workers, students, patients and other stranded persons, brought and facilitated by State Governments back to their home states.  o­n 29th May, 2020, a total of 13 Shramik Special trains carrying 20268 passengers (11290 passengers from Tamilnadu and 8978 from Kerala) were operated by Southern Railway and that includes 7 trains from Tamil Nadu and 6 trains from Kerala.  Of the 7 trains from Tamilnadu, 2 trains from Coimbatore: left for Darbhanga (Bihar)  and Malda Town (West Bengal), 2 trains from Chengalpattu: departed for Malda Town (West Bengal) and Muzaffarpur  (Bihar) , 2 trains from Chennai Egmore: departed for Madhubani (Bihar)and Jahanabad court (West Bengal)and o­ne from Tiruppur to Hajipur (Bihar). Of the 6 trains from Kerala,  2 trains from Tirur: left for Jasidih (Jharkhand) and New Jalpaiguri (West Bengal), o­ne from Kottayam to Berhampore Court (West Bengal), o­ne from Trivandrum to Bettiah (Bihar), o­ne from Ernakulam to New Cooch Behar (West Bengal) and o­ne from Kannur to Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh).

Southern Railway transported over 3,56,014 lakh stranded persons in the last 29 days in Shramik Special trains. As o­n 29th May 2020, a total of 271 Shramik Special trains have been operated from major destinations across Southern Railway to various States Pan-India .

184 Shramik Special trains originated from Tamil Nadu, 68 trains originated from Kerala , 17 trains from Karnataka and 2 trains from Puducherry were run from 1st to 29th of May, 2020.

The railway stations from where maximum trains originated are Dr MGR Chennai Central (51)and Chennai Egmore (12) Coimbatore(33),  Tiruppur (16), Mangalore Junction (17) and Tiruvallur (16). Shramik Special trains run had terminated in various states across the country. The top five states where maximum trains from Southern Railway terminated are  Bihar (80), Uttar Pradesh (53), Jharkhand (42),  Odisha (26) and West Bengal (28).

Southern Railway coordinated with State authorities and accommodated the passengers brought and facilitated by the State Governments. Arrangements for food and water bottles were made for the benefit of passenger in the Shramik Special.  The guidelines and directives issued by Home Ministry, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare that includes social distancing norms were enforced at railway stations.  A dedicated team of frontline staff including RPF, Ticket Checking Staff and Supervisors were deployed at railway stations to assist passengers in thermal screening, social distancing and for distributing food and water bottles to passengers.  Special care was taken to ensure a comfortable and safe journey for passengers of Shramik trains.

                                          




(B.Guganesan)
Chief Public Relations Officer




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Press Release No. 108 Dt: 24.05.202028-05-2020
Press Release No. 108 Dt: 24.05.2020, SWR FERRIES 2.11 LAKH PASSENGERS IN 148 SHRAMIK SPECIALS

प्रेस विज्ञप्तिPress Release No. 108 Dt: 24.05.2020

        SWR FERRIES 2.11 LAKH PASSENGERS IN 148 SHRAMIK SPECIALS

8 (EIGHT) SHRAMIK SPECIAL TRAINS  CARRYING 12,855 PASSENGERS LEFT FOR BIHAR, ODISHA AND UTTAR PRADESH TODAY o­n 24.05.2020

SWR continues to run Shramik Special trains o­n Sunday for migrant workers, students and families to their home towns in different parts of the country. Today 24.05.2020, Sunday, 8 Shramik Special trains were operated, three from Bengaluru to Bihar two to Odisha, o­ne to Uttar Pradesh and o­ne from Mysuru area to Bihar and o­ne from Hosur (Tamil Nadu) to Bihar.

 4 more Shramik special trains are slated to run later this evening from Bengaluru, two to Bihar and o­ne each to Gorakhpur and Odisha.As per the request of Chief Secretary two Shramik Special was arranged at short notice to Odisha from Bengaluru. SWR is going all out to arrange for trains as per the demand of the state Govt. to all parts of country so that migrant workers can reach their hometowns. As per the list provided by State Government, arrangement of train services today 12,855 citizens returned to their native place from Bengaluru and Mysuru.

SWR has so far run 148 Shramik Specials carrying 2.11 lakh migrant workers, students and families to return to their home towns, in different parts of the country after relaxation of Lockdown in Karnataka.

SWR’s first Shramik Special today left from KSR Bengaluru at 1.25 am to Khurda Road in Odisha with 1977 passengers.

The second Shramik Special left from Ashokapuram in Mysuru to Purnia in Bihar with 1164 passengers at 1.50 pm.

SWR’s third Shramik Special today left from Bengaluru Cant. to Muzaffarpur in Bihar at 1.30 pm with 1600 passengers.

SWR’s fourth Shramik Special today left from Bengaluru Cant. to Katihar in Bihar at 3.30 pm with 1520 passengers.

The fifth Shramik special today left from KSR Bengaluru to Bhdrak in Odisha at 4.00 pmwith 1600 passengers.

The Sixth Shramik special today left from Chikkabanavara in Bengaluru to Gorakhpur at 6.00 pm with 1584 passengers.

The seventh Shramik special today left from Bengaluru Cant to Dharbanga at 6.00 pm with 1600 passengers.

The eight Shramik special today left from Hosur in Tamil Nadu to Bhagalpur in Bihar at 6.10 pm with 1810 passengers.

The passengers are being provided with regular meal pack given by the state labour department with the following;

1.         Fruits (Musanbi 5 Nos.)

2.         Veg Pulav

3.         o­ne packet Chapatti and sabji

4.         o­ne boiled egg

5.         o­ne packet buttermilk

6.         o­ne pineapple

7.         Three liters of water bottle

The passengers were very happy to be returning to their hometowns.They thanked the Railways and State Government for arranging their return journey.

SWR is up scaling food arrangements to passengers of Shramik specials. In addition to regular meal pack at the time of boarding, o­ne more reserve food pack under "till destination” food packet is being given to take care of any unanticipated delays.  The reserve food packets consist of the following:-

 1.Litti- 4 Pc+onion+green chilli (it's Bihar state delicacy & quite popular n loved by Biharis)

2.         Bun -4 pc

3.         Maaza juice-2 tetra packs

4.         Biscuits -1 pack

5.         Papdi namkin -250g

6.         Banana- 2 pc.

7.         2 chocolates.

SWR has taken initiative to distribute toys to the children of the migrant workers leaving Bengaluru in the Shramik Special trains so that they will have memories of their return journey.  These Channapatna toys are famous and made of wood and quite popular among the children and also a symbol of self reliant India.  Hon’ble Prime Minister has appreciated the initiative of SWR and has today tweeted in Mann Ki Baat tweet updates.

Hon’ble Minister of Railway has informed that Railway is ready to operate Special trains in coordination with State Govt. to carry stranded migrant workers and families to their hometowns.

Hon’ble MoSR, has assured that SWR will continue running Shramik special to carry stranded migrant workers and ensure that there is no shortage of food and essential commodities during the covid-19 crisis. 

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. State Government is arranging to bring passengers of Shramik Special trains to the stations through BMTC Buses as per the protocol.   

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 Bengaluru, Mysuru, Bengaluru Cant. and Hosur 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.

                                                                                  Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                                               South Western Railway, Hubballi












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