Sleeper Vande Bharat: This state can get 2 Vande Bharat sleeper trains, full details


Indian Railways is going to give another good news for its passengers soon. This move can benefit the passengers of Kerala a lot. According to the report, the Railway Board is considering the proposal to allocate 2 Vande Bharat sleeper trains to the state.

There is a plan to run these trains between Kochuveli to Bengaluru and Kanyakumari to Srinagar. Srinagar Vande Bharat will go through the Konkan route. It can be run 3 times a week till Budgan station near Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir. Keeping in mind the convenience of the passengers, work is going on to run new trains.

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According to the report, the Udhampur Srinagar Baramulla railway track is going to be operational in December this year. After this, Vande Bharat Sleeper Train service can be started between Kanyakumari and Srinagar.

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It is known that the construction of Vande Bharat Sleeper Coach is currently going on at Bharat Earth Movers Limited (BEML) factory in Bengaluru. It is being told that work on 10 rakes will be completed by December. Officials said that like Rajdhani Express trains, all the coaches of Vande Bharat Sleeper trains will be AC. In such a situation, passengers can complete their journey very comfortably.

Due to rain, the movement of trains has been affected.

Many parts of the country have been receiving continuous moderate to heavy rains for the past few days. Due to this, the movement of trains has been affected. Local train service between Kasara and Titwala station in Thane district of Maharashtra was disrupted on Sunday morning due to heavy rains and falling of trees.

Officials said that due to heavy rains at around 6.30 am, mud came on the tracks between Atgaon and Tanshet station. The tracks were blocked due to a tree falling near Washind station, blocking rail traffic on the Kalyan-Kasara route. A Central Railway spokesperson said that train services between Kasara and Titwala have been temporarily stopped.


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