Train services resume in Kashmir Valley after 11 months

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Train services resumed in the (*11*)Kashmir Valley on Monday after remaining suspended for round 11 months because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Railway Minister Piyush Goyal mentioned this can improve ease of motion and supply an enormous enhance to the tourism sector.

“Railways to resume train operations in Kashmir Valley on Banihal-Baramulla section from 22nd February, with two services operating initially,” Goyal tweeted.

Earlier, the Railways mentioned that no date has but been mounted for resumption of all passenger practice operations.

The Indian Railways has been rising the variety of practice services in a graded method.

“Already more than 65 per cent trains are running. Over 250 plus trains were added in January alone and more will be added gradually,” a spokesperson mentioned.

Currently, solely particular trains that are absolutely reserved are in operation throughout the nation together with some suburban practice services.

All common practice services had been cancelled since March 25 when the coronavirus lockdown was introduced.





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