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2 Trains from (NJP)NEW JALPAIGURI to (DJ)DARJEELING


Address: West Bengal 734004, India

Station Code: NJP

Station Name: NEW JALPAIGURI

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 423

Station Traffic: High

Address: Darjeeling Rly Station, Hill Cart Road, Darjeeling, West Bengal 734101, India

Station Code: DJ

Station Name: DARJEELING

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 107

Station Traffic: Medium





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52541NJP DJ PASSENGERNJP08:30DJ15:357:05M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUFC,CC,GN,52541 Status
52543NJP KGN PASS N GNJP08:30MHN12:073:37M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SUUNRESERVED52543 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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Press Release No. 80 Dt:11.05.202012-05-2020
Press Release No. 80 Dt:11.05.2020, SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY (SWR) RUNS SIX MORE SHRAMIK SPECIAL TRAINS WITH 7840 PASSENGERS TO THEIR HOMETOWNS ON MONDAY

प्रेस विज्ञप्ति/ Press Release No. 80 Dt:11.05.2020

SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY (SWR) RUNS SIX MORE SHRAMIK SPECIAL TRAINS WITH 7840 PASSENGERS TO THEIR HOMETOWNS o­n MONDAY


 

To ensure that citizens wanting to return to their home towns after relaxation of Lockdown in Karnataka , SWR o­n Monday operated 6 more Shramik Special trains today from Bengaluru area. In all SWR has now run 27 Shramik for migrant workers, students and families to return to their home towns.

The first Shramik Special train with 1,519 passengers from Chikkabanavara left forGorakhpur at 16.55 hrs.Passengers were seen waving to the railway and security personnel when leaving for Gorakpur.Announcements were made to caution passengers to maintain social distancing and wear masks in the train.

The second train from SWR to New Jalpaiguri (West Bengal) from Malur left at 17.30 hrs with 1,419 passengers. These passengers were mostly migrant workers with their families and children returning to their hometown. All passengers were happy that Railway and State Govt were running special trains to help them return to their hometowns.

The third Shramik special from Chikkabanavara to Lucknow left at 18.35 hrs with 1,200 passengers.Passengers were happy with all arrangements taken by State Govt for transportation to station and smooth conducting of formalities.

The fourth Shramik special from Malur to Barauni (Bihar) left at 19.52 hrs with 1520 passengers o­n board. Most of the passengers were migrant workers eagerly waiting to return to their native town in Bihar. The passengers were enthusiastic and were heard chanting slogan ofBharat mata ki Jai at train left for Barauni.

The fifth Shramik special train from Chikkabanavara to Una (Himachal Pradesh) left at 20.00hrs with 643 passengers. The passengers were happy and thanked the Security and Railway staff for making arrangement of food and water.

The Sixth Shramik Special with aprox 1540 passengers left Malur for Bakora in Jharkand at 21.46 hrs.

Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) have granted permission for movement of the stranded citizens including migrants labourers, workers, students, tourists to return to their native towns.As per the list provided by State Government, arrangement of train services for approx 7840 citizens were made today to return to their native place from Bengaluru.

In addition Ministry of Railways (MoR) in consultation with Ministry of Health & Family welfare (MoHFW) and Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has decided to partially restore 15 pairs of train services similar to Rajdhani train services without catering with effect from 12th May 2020 in a graded manner. Fifteen pair of special trains (thirty trains) shall be operated to and from the Capital.

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 o­nly when there is a demand from the State Government with proper protocol and the receiving State Government is ready to accept them.

The passengers are being provided with food packet consisting of 8 chapatti, pickle, 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 back to their hometowns.They thanked the Railways and State Government for arranging their return journey.SWR is transporting passengers to their destinations o­nly when there is demand from the state government with proper protocol and receiving state Government is ready to accept them.These special trains are being run from point to point with no stoppages en-route.

Care was taken to ensure social distancing, wearing of masks and sanitizing of hands with regular announcement to caution the passengers and prevention of Covid-19 virus before departure from Chikkabanavara and Malur Station.

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.

                                                                                    Chief Public Relations Officer

                                                                              South Western Railway, Hubballi












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2020/0511-05-2020
MUMBAI
W. RLY TO RUN TWO MORE TRIPS OF ONE PARCEL SPECIAL TRAIN BETWEEN KAREMBELI AND NEW GUWAHATI...TILL NOW WR TRANSPORTED MORE THAN 29 THOUSAND TONNES OF ESSENTIALS THROUGH PARCEL SPECIAL TRAINS

WR Press Release No. 2020/05Mumbai, 10th May, 2020

W. RLY TO RUN TWO MORE TRIPS OF o­nE PARCEL SPECIAL TRAIN BETWEEN KAREMBELI AND NEW GUWAHATI...TILL NOW WR TRANSPORTED MORE THAN 29 THOUSAND TONNES OF ESSENTIALS THROUGH PARCEL SPECIAL TRAINS


As the nations globally are fighting to control spread of corona pandemic in their own way, India too is making all possible efforts and ensuring to fight with corona infection at various levels. However, in such an unpleasant atmosphere, Western Railway has taken a unique initiative in providing transportation of essential commodities to various destinations of the country. WR in its own way is contributing its services to the nation by running timetabled services of its special Parcel trains originating from various stations over WR. In the financial year 2020-21, upto 9thMay 2020, a total of 179 parcel special trains left from various stations of WR, generating an earning of Rs 7.48 crore. In continuation to this, two trips of o­ne more special parcel train are planned to be run between Karambeli and New Guwahati.

According to a press release issued by Shri Ravinder Bhakar - Chief Public Relations Officer of Western Rly,2 more trips of o­ne more parcel special train will run between Karambeli and New Guwahati. Train No 00903 Karambeli – New Guwahati parcel special train will leave Karambeli at 18.00 hrs o­n 11th May, 2020 to reach New Guwahati o­n 13th May, 2020 at 15.30 hrs. Similarly, Train No 00904 New Guwahati – Karambeli parcel special train will leave New Guwahati o­n 14th May, 2020 at 05.00 hrs to reach Karambeli at 03.20 hrs o­n 16th May, 2020. The train will halt at Bhusaval Jn, Khandwa, Itarsi, Jabalpur, Katni, Satna, Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhayaya Jn, Patliputra, Sonpur, Katihar, New Jalpaiguri and New Bongaigaon stations in both directions.

Shri Bhakar stated that, during the lockdown period in the month of April’20, 131 trains carrying more than 18000 tonnes of essential commodities were run, with earnings of Rs 5.74 crore. Similarly, in the month of May, upto9th May’20, total 48 parcel special trains were run, with a loading of above 6000 tonnes, generating earnings of Rs 1.75 crore. Since 23rd March to 9th May 2020, commodities, weighing more than 29000 tonnes have been transported by Western Rly through its various parcel special trains, which included agricultural produce, medicines, fish, milk etc. The earnings generated through this transportation, has been approx Rs 8.70 crore. In this transportation, twenty four milk special trains were run by Western Rly, with a load of approx. 17500 tonnes and 100% utilization of the wagons, generating revenue of more than Rs 3 crore. Similarly, 159 Covid-19 special parcel trains were also run to transport essential commodities, for which the revenue earned was approx Rs 4.92 crore. In addition to this, 4 indented rakes were also run with 100% utilization for earnings of approximately 78 lakh.

Shri Bhakar stated that from 22ndMarch to 9th May, 2020, total 3416 rakes of goods trains have been used to supply essential commodities amounting to 6.49 million tonnes. 6996 freight trains were interchanged with other railways, including 3523 trains handed over and 3473 trains taken over at different interchange points. 189 Millennium Parcel rakes of Parcel Vans/Railway Milk Tankers (RMTs) have been sent to different parts of the country to cope with the demands of essential items such as milk powder, liquid milk, medical supplies and other general consumer goods.

Shri Bhakar informed that four parcel special trains, including o­ne milk rake left from WR for various parts of the country o­n 10th May, 2020 viz. Porbandar – Shalimar,Bandra Terminus – Ludhiana and Bhuj – Dadar special parcel trains. o­ne milk rake also left from Palanpur to Hind Terminal. He stated that the total loss of earnings over Western Railway inclusive of suburban & non -suburban sections, since March, 2020, has been Rs 791.54 crore o­n account of lockdown. Inspite of this, due to cancellation of tickets till now, Western Railway has ensured to refund amount ofRs 238.56 crore. It's worth mentioning that in this refund amount, Mumbai division alone, has ensured refund of Rs 115.26 crore. Till now, 37.28 lakh passengers have cancelled their tickets over entire Western Railway & have received their refund amount accordingly.

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