Indian Railways: Travel will be easy in UP-Bihar and Chhattisgarh trains, passengers will get more berths, know the whole matter


new Delhi. Keeping in mind the extra rush of passengers in the trains, Holi special trains are being operated by the Railways. Along with the announcement of new Holi special trains, temporary and permanent coaches are also being added to increase the availability of berths in the existing coaches.

In this direction the North Western Railway (North Western RailwayOne second sleeper class one each in two pairs of trains running from Rajasthan to Bihar and Chhattisgarh state. Decision to add temporary and permanent coaches have taken.

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According to the North West Railway Spokesperson, Ajmer-Kishanganj-Ajmer Garib Nawaz Express for the convenience of the passengers. Permanent increase of 01 Second Ordinary Class (Unreserved) coach is being done in the railway service. Train No. 15715/15716, Ajmer – Kishanganj – Ajmer Garib Nawaz Ex. In railway service, there is a permanent increase of 01 second general class (unreserved) coach from Kishanganj from 20.03.22 and from Ajmer from 22.03.22. After this increase, there will be a total of 16 coaches in this train service including 01 Second My Third AC, 02 Third AC, 08 Second Sleeper, 03 Second Ordinary Class and 2 Guard Coaches.

Second class AC coach will be increased in Ajmer-Durg train
Apart from this, temporary increase of 01 second sleeper class coach is also being done in Ajmer-Durg-Ajmer rail service for the convenience of railway passengers. Train No. 18213/18214, in Ajmer-Durg-Ajmer rail service from Durg of Chhattisgarh on 20.03.22, 27.03.22 and 03.04.22 and from Ajmer on 21.03.22, 28.03.22 and 04.04.22 as 01 Second Sleeper Class There is a temporary increase in the number of coaches.

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