Six more trains back on the track from Chandigarh station

Six more trains back on the track from Chandigarh station

A dog squad inspects a coach of the city-New Delhi Shatabdi at the railway station on Monday.

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, June 21

The Ambala Division has restored three pairs of trains that were plying over the city station before the second wave of Covid.

New Delhi-Kalka and Kalka-New Delhi Shatabdi (train number 02011, 02012) chugged off today. “While New Delhi-Kalka Shatabdi, which has a capacity of 1,140 passengers, ferried 816 passengers and 127 people boarded the Kalka-New Delhi Shatabdi,” said JP Singh, station superintendent.

The New Delhi-Kalka (train number 2005) left from Delhi today and reached Chandigarh at night. Also, Kalka-New Delhi Shatabdi Special (train number 02006) will leave from Kalka to New Delhi on Tuesday. Chandigarh-New Delhi Shatabdi Special (train number 02046) also plied over Chandigarh station today.

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