Indian Railway: Because of the problems of common people, a big announcement has been made by the Railways on Tuesday. Now from June 1, 200 non AC trains will be run daily. Giving information about this, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said that from June 1, the railways would run 200 non-AC trains daily according to the time table, online booking will start soon.
The Railway Minister said that the stranded migrant laborers said, “State governments are requested to help the workers and register them with the nearest mainline station and give the list to the railways so that the railway workers can run special trains. Workers are requested to stay in their place, soon, Indian Railways will take them to the destination.”
Railways to run 200 non-ac timetabled trains daily from June 1: Railway Minister Piyush Goyal— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) May 19, 2020
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Indian Railway is already running Shramik special train for the migrants. Indian Railways said on Tuesday that 1,565 laborers special trains have been run since May 1, and two million migrants have brought back home. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said in a tweet that Uttar Pradesh allowed 837, Bihar 428, and Madhya Pradesh more than a hundred trains. As of Monday night, 162 passengers were en route, and 1,252 had reached their destination.
More than 266 trains run from Maharashtra, and 37 more are in the process of being run. One hundred eighty-eight trains run from Punjab, 89 from Karnataka, 61 from Tamil Nadu, 58 from Telangana, 54 from Rajasthan, 41 from Haryana, and 38 from Uttar Pradesh. Maximum 641 trains have reached their destination in Uttar Pradesh, and 73 trains are on the way.
Three hundred ten trains have reached the destination in Bihar, and 53 are on the way. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said in a series of tweets on Monday that he has spoken to the governments of Odisha, Bihar, and Uttar Pradesh and has assured that they will allow more trains to come to their states.
Railways said that about 116 more trains are in the process of being run. The minister tweeted, “More than 20 lakh workers have been sent to their homes by railways operating 1,565 workers under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.” As per the data received till Monday night, more than 496 trains run from Gujarat, and 17 more are in the process of being run.