new Delhi. In view of the convenience of railway passengers, third AC coach is being increased in one pair of trains operating between Kerala and Rajasthan. With the permanent increase of AC coaches in these trains by North Western Railway (NWR), especially between Kochuveli-Sriganganagar-Kochuveli (Kochuveli-Sriganganagar-Kochuveli) passengers in both the directions will get the facility of berths.
According to Captain Shashi Kiran, Chief Public Relations Officer of North Western Railway, there is a permanent increase of 01 third AC coach in train number 16312/16311, Kochuveli-Sriganganagar-Kochuveli train service from Kochuveli from 26.02.22 and from Sriganganagar from 01.03.22. Is. After this increase, a total of 22 coaches including 02 Second AC, 04 Third AC, 10 Second Sleeper, 03 Ordinary Second Class, 01 Pantry Car, 02 Power Car will be available in this train service.
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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.
Permanent coach being added to Indore-Bikaner-Indore train
Apart from this, there is a permanent increase in train number 19333/19334, Indore-Bikaner-Indore rail service from Indore on behalf of North Western Railway from 26 February and Bikaner from 27 February, 01 First AC and 01 Third AC coach. With the installation of these coaches, additional seats will be available to the passengers in the train. 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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