Passengers have to wait for many hours
Trains coming to Delhi from many states of the country were arriving late
Reduction in the number of delayed trains due to change in weather
New Delhi. In other states of the country, dense fog and bad weather are continuously affecting the movement of trains. Passengers are also very upset due to the lateness of trains. Trains coming to Delhi from Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Assam, Bihar, UP, and Madhya Pradesh are running late by 3 to 4 hours from their scheduled time on Friday as well. Information has been given by the Northern Railway on Friday. According to the Railways, today 16 trains are running late as per their schedule.
According to the news agency ANI, on Friday, the movement of a total of 16 trains operating in the region under the Northern Railway will be affected due to the weather. All these trains are running late from 1 to 4 hours from their scheduled time.
Dense fog stopped the speed of trains, half a dozen trains running late by 2 to 4 hours, see full list
These trains include Darbhanga Clone Special, Gaya Mahabodhi Express, Farkka Express, Barauni Clon Express, Kashi Vishwanath Express, Katihar Express, Brahmaputra Mail, Diskhapatnam Express, Gwalior Discussion Express, Gwalior Discussion Express, Ayodhasya Kyshpravar Sambhapravar Sambhapravar Superfast Express, Gondwana Express, Manikpur Saptkranti Express and Telangana Express are mainly involved.
Passengers traveling by all these trains will face inconvenience due to their delayed operation. Railway has urged the passengers to get information about the current running status of the trains through different means even before starting their journey so that they will not face any inconvenience.
Meanwhile, if seen, all these trains are continuously reaching Delhi, New Delhi, Hazrat Nizamuddin and Anand Vihar late by hours. But now slowly relief is coming. Due to less fog, a decrease is also being recorded in their late running states.
Tags: foggy weather, Indian Railways, Northern Railways
FIRST PUBLISHED : January 20, 2023, 07:47 IST