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3 Trains from (BLGT)BALURGHAT to (KOAA)KOLKATA


Address: Balurghat Station, West Bengal 733101, India

Station Code: BLGT

Station Name: BALURGHAT

Zone: NFR/Northeast Frontier

Train Frequency Weekly: 61

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Kolkata, Canal Circular Road, Belgachia, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

Station Code: KOAA

Station Name: KOLKATA

Zone: ER/Eastern

Train Frequency Weekly: 165

Station Traffic: High





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13162TEBHAGA EXPBLGT05:45KOAA14:258:40M,TU,W,TH,F,SA2S,GN,13162 Status
23154GOUR EXPBLGT17:05BNXR05:0011:55M,TU,W,TH,F,SA,SU2A,3A,SL,GN,23154 Status
13064BLGT HWH EXPRESSBLGT20:30HWH06:259:55M,TU2A,3A,SL,GN,13064 Status
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RECENT NEWS

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20-01-2021
Press Release:ER INTENSIFIES CLEANING & SANITISATION IN RAILWAY COACHES & STATION PREMISES



ER INTENSIFIES CLEANING & SANITISATION IN RAILWAY COACHES & STATION PREMISES  

Kolkata, January 20, 2021:

With the resumption of majority number of long distance trains, special trains, suburban trains and short-distance passenger trains, Eastern Railway has intensified cleaning & sanitisation works in train coaches & station premises of both Howrah & Sealdah Divisions to combat COVID-19.

All the EMU rakes are thoroughly sanitised from every stable points before offering them for passenger services. In all long distance trains and short-distance passenger trains, the seat, berth, rexin including all touch points are being thoroughly sanitised. Awareness campaign by o­n Board House Keeping Staff (OBHS) regarding dos & don’ts to prevent the spread of virus is also being undertaken. All the curtains have been removed and blankets withdrawn from services to prevent the spread of corona virus among the o­n board passengers.

In the station premises of both Howrah & Sealdah Divisions, frequency of cleaning & sanitisation of platforms, urinals, toilets, concourse, waiting rooms, ticket booking areas, tracks, water vending points and passenger interface areas have been increased. Liquid soap dispensers are filled in regularly and can be available at appropriate places.

Mechanised cleaning of platforms, tracks & adjacent areas are being done regularly with the help of high pressure jets & scrubber machines. Dry sweeping of platforms, station premises and rag picking of tracks have been done regularly. Side by side, sanitisation of platforms are also carried out to prevent the spread of Covid virus.

While Eastern Railway is taking all efforts in both Howrah and Sealdah Divisions to combat COVID-19, passengers are requested to observe COVID appropriate behaviour and wear mask, keep hand sanitiser and maintain physical distancing and not to undertake train journey if they feel physically unwell. 

Though vaccination to prevent COVID-19 has been started for health care workers & frontline warriors, there should not be any slackness in observing COVID appropriate behaviour.





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20-01-2021
Press Release:GM/ER’S EMPHASIS ON PASSENGERS SAFETY AND HIGHER SPEED OF TRAINS



GM/ER’S EMPHASIS o­n PASSENGERS SAFETY AND HIGHER SPEED OF TRAINS

Kolkata, January 19, 2021:

Shri Manoj Joshi, General Manager, Eastern Railway in a virtual meeting with Principal Heads of Departments and Divisional Railway Managers at ER Headquarters, Fairlie Place today (19.01.2021) has laid special emphasis o­n passengers safety & higher speed of trains. Shri Aneet Dulat, Additional General Manager was also present in the meeting. During the meeting, passengers safety was considered as a matter of utmost importance. There should be zero tolerance o­n safety issues. With the resumption of long distance trains as well as short distance trains & EMU locals there is greater need of safety inspection by officers and officials at different levels.
Shri Joshi advised that all concerned officers should be extra cautious and conduct thorough safety inspection and arrange for frequent safety patrolling. Train running staff should be sensitized to run trains cautiously especially during foggy weather to ensure passengers safety. Extensive use of Fog Safe Device should be ensured to maintain speed of trains at desired level and to minimize the scope of late running of trains due to poor visibility o­n account of foggy weather.
     The GM discussed at length about the preparedness of running more passenger trains in coming days based o­n passengers demand observing  Covid protocols.
       Besides safety, passengers security was also given priority. GM expressed his satisfaction about the continuous endavour of  ER’s RPF for ensuring passenger security and protection of Railway property. RPF has launched ‘Operation Dignity’ and ‘Meri Saheli’ programme to ensure security & dignity of lady passengers.
Shri Joshi laid stress o­n freight loading for transportation of essential commodities and other industrial inputs in different parts of the country.
    Shri Joshi also advised the concerned officials to continue their efforts for even better passenger amenities, more lifts & escalators, frequent cleanliness drive, beautification  and improved aesthetics at stations and trains so that passengers can enjoy comfort while at the station premises or in trains.





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