new Delhi. In view of the convenience of the passengers, it is being decided by the Railways to operate Holi special trains continuously on the upcoming Holi festival. Keeping in mind the rush of passengers in trains and in order to provide facilities, railways is also continuously announcing new Holi special trains.
In order to increase the availability of berths in existing trains, arrangements are also being made to install temporary coaches. Most of the trains are being operated for the passengers going to Purvanchal and Bihar. In this direction, the North Eastern Railway has decided to operate Gorakhpur-Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Holi special train.
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According to the Northeast Railway Spokesperson, keeping in view the Holi festival, 05063 Gorakhpur-Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Holi Special train will be operated for single journey from Gorakhpur on 21st March, Monday. All coaches in this train will be of reserved class and passengers traveling in it will have to follow all the norms issued from time to time regarding Kovid-19.
05063 Gorakhpur – Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Holi Special Train will depart from Gorakhpur at 18.00 hrs on 21st March, 2021 from Anandnagar at 18.47 hrs, from Siddharthnagar at 19.15 hrs, from Barhni at 19.48 hrs, from Balrampur at 20.45 hrs, from Gonda at 21.55 hrs, from Aishbagh at 00.50 on the second day. , Kanpur Central at 02.45 hrs, Bharwa Sumerpur at 04.17 hrs, Ragaul at 04.34 hrs, Banda at 06.00 hrs, Chitrakoot Dham at 07.02 hrs, Satna at 08.50 hrs, Katni at 10.05 hrs, Jabalpur at 11.25 hrs, Itarsi at 17.10 hrs, It will leave Bhusaval at 21.20 hrs, Nashik Road at 01.03 hrs and Kalyan at 03.55 hrs to reach Lokmanya Tilak Terminus at 05.00 hrs.
A total of 20 coaches will be installed in this train including 02 SLRD, 04 General Second Class, 12 Sleeper Class and 02 AC Third Class coaches.
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