Due to heavy rains and floods in many cities of Maharashtra including Mumbai, many trains have been canceled while the routes of many have been changed. News agency ANI quoted Central Railway as saying that due to heavy rains in Mumbai/Konkan region, a total of 30 trains have been canceled while 12 trains have been diverted. Not only this, the destination of eight trains has been shortened. The Railway Ministry has issued a statement saying that for information related to trains, dial the helpline number 139.
30 trains cancelled, 12 trains diverted and 8 trains short-terminated due to heavy rains in Mumbai/Konkan region: Central Railway pic.twitter.com/FD9hFHQOgI
— ANI (@ANI) July 23, 2021
In fact, due to heavy monsoon rains in Maharashtra, life has been badly affected. Road and rail traffic has been badly affected. Different zones of the railway have changed the routes of trains while many trains have been canceled. The services of Konkan Railway have been affected the most due to heavy rains. Rivers in the Konkan region are in spate due to which trains passing through Ratnagiri and Raigad districts have been affected. Where many trains have been stopped. Seven trains of this division have been canceled while the routes of four have been changed.
According to the information shared by the Railways, Trivandrum-Hazrat Nizamuddin Rajdhani Express (02431), Trivandrum-Hazrat Nizamuddin Special (06083), Ernakulam-Hazrat Nizamuddin Special (02617), and Kochuveli-Yoganagari Rishikesh Special (06097) was canceled on Friday. was given. Hazrat Nizamuddin-Trivandrum Special (06084), Hazrat Nizamuddin-Ernakulam Special (02618), and Yognagri Rishikesh-Kochuveli Special (06098) will not run on 26 July. Not only this, but Hazrat Nizamuddin-Trivandrum Rajdhani Express (02432) will also not leave on July 27.
Some trains have been canceled while some have been rescheduled due to a landslide on the Lagatpuri-Kalyan section of the Mumbai division. According to the information shared by the Railways, New Delhi-Bengaluru City Special (06528/12628) from November 20 while Bengaluru City-New Delhi: Special (06527/12627) will be postponed from November 18 on its scheduled route Guntakal-Gutti-Kalra. It will run via Guntakal-Gulapalla-Yama-Kalru. It has been said in the issued statement that now this train will not goofy.