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Indian Railways cancelled or partially cancelled some trains in view of the complete lockdown in West Bengl

Bhubaneswar:25/7/20: The Indian Railways today cancelled or partially cancelled some trains passing through West Bengal in view of the complete lockdown in the State on July 25 and 29.

CANCELLATION OF TRAINS:

A. 02201/02202 Sealdah (Kolkata)-Bhubaneswar-Sealdah Duronto Special from Sealdah on 27th July and from Bhubaneswar on 28th July, 2020 will remain cancelled.

B. 02074/02073 Bhubaneswar-Howrah-Bhubaneswar Special on 25th & 29th July, 2020 from both the directions will remain cancelled.

C. 02246/02245 Yesvantpur-Howrah-Yesvantpur Duronto Special from Yesvantpur on 28th July and from Howrah on 29th July, 2020 will remain cancelled.

PARTIAL CANCELLATION (SHORT TERMINATION/ORIGINATION) OF TRAINS:

A. 02703/02704 Howrah-Secunderabad-Howrah Special will remain cancelled between Bhubaneswar and Howrah on 29th July, 2020:

i. 02704 Secunderabad-Howrah Special from Secunderabad on 28th July, 2020 will run up to Bhubaneswar and will remain cancelled from Bhubaneswar to Howrah.

ii. 02703 Howrah-Secunderabad Special from Howrah on 29th July, 2020 will be cancelled between Howrah and Bhubaneswar and will originate from Bhubaneswar instead of Howrah towards Secunderabad.

Also, the Railways withdrew stoppage of some trains going through West Bengal.

STOPPAGE OF TRAINS WITHDRAWN on July 29

A. Stoppage for 02801/02802 Bhubaneswar-New Delhi Special at Purulia Jn. on 29th July, 2020 has been withdrawn.

B. Stoppage for 02823/02824 Bhubaneswar-New Delhi AC Special at Hijli on 29th July, 2020 has been withdrawn.

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