Three 'electoral' rails will run on the tracks of West Bengal


The 'electoral' rail will run on the tracks of West Bengal. Recently, the Netaji train ran between Howrah-Kalka for the politics of symbol, now the Railways has announced to run three pairs of special trains simultaneously between Kolkata and North Bengal.

Also, the Ministry of Railways has promised to give the benefit of cheap and safe transport. On the other hand, Railways in another order has decided to stop the Vande Bharat Express train between Delhi-Varanasi from February 15 and run Tejas train instead.

Trains on many routes are closed during the Kovid period. Meanwhile, Railways has decided to run three special trains simultaneously for West Bengal. Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal tweeted that three special trains are being started in Bengal. These trains will increase connectivity between Kolkata and North Bengal, the capital of West Bengal. Residents of these areas will get the benefit of cheap and safe transportation.

Train number 03147/03148 will run between Sealdah-Bamanhat-Sealdah from February 6. The second train will run from Sealdah-Alipurduar (03149/03150) Junction from February 8 and the third train will run between Kolkata-Haldibari (02261/02262) from February 6. Recently, the historic Kalka Mail train was run on the 125th birthday (Parakram Divas) of Subhash Chandra Bose as Netaji Express train.