new Delhi. In view of the convenience of railway passengers, first AC and third AC coaches are being increased in a pair of trains operating between Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. The increase of coaches in these trains is being done on a permanent basis by the North Western Railway (NWR). especially this train Indore-Bikaner-Indore (Indore-Bikaner-Indore) is being operated in both the directions.
According to Captain Shashi Kiran, Chief Public Relations Officer of North Western Railway, in the train number 19333/19334, Indore-Bikaner-Indore rail service from Indore from 26.02.22 and from Bikaner from 27.02.22 to 01 First AC and 01 Third AC coach permanent. is being increased. With the installation of these coaches, additional seats will be available to the passengers in the train.
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After this increase, this train will have a total of 22 coaches with 08 Second Sleeper, 04 Second Ordinary Class, 01 First AC, 02 Second AC, 05 Third AC and 02 Guard Coaches.
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