No Delhi-Una train today due to farmers’ stir

Our Correspondent

Una, October 15

The Jan Shatabdi Express train that runs between New Delhi and Una every day has been cancelled till Friday (October 16) in view of the farmers’ protests in Punjab. It is at present running between New Delhi and Ambala.

The Jan Shatabdi was the only train to have resumed services on the Delhi to Una track during the unlock period. The trains that are yet to resume services are Himachal Express to Delhi, Jaipur Intercity Express, Nanded Sahib Express and three passenger trains to Chandigarh, Ambala and Saharanpur.

Meanwhile, inter-state bus services on five routes were resumed on Wednesday — three routes between Una and Chandigarh, and two between Una and Hoshiarpur. On the first day, buses left the Una bus stand with about 70 per cent occupancy.

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