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NFR decides to operate more puja special trains

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HT Bureau
GUWAHATI, Sept 25: The Northeast Frontier Railway has decided to operate three more pairs of puja special trains to clear the extra rush of passengers during the upcoming festive season. One puja special train will run for six trips and another two puja specials will run for a single trip in both directions.

Puja special train no. 03013 (Howrah – New Jalpaiguri) will run for one trip leaving from Howrah at 23:40 hours on September 28, 2022 to reach New Jalpaiguri at 10:10 hours on the next day. In return direction, puja special train no. 03014 (New Jalpaiguri – Howrah) will run for one trip leaving from New Jalpaiguri at 12:35 hours on September 29, 2022 to reach Howrahat 00:50 hours on the next day. Another, puja special train no. 03123 (Sealdah – New Jalpaiguri) will run for one trip leaving from Sealdah at 23:50 hours on September 29, 2022 to reach New Jalpaiguri at 10:10 hours on the next day. In return direction, puja special train no. 03124 (New Jalpaiguri – Sealdah) will run for one trip leaving from New Jalpaiguri at 12:00 hours on September 30, 2022 to reach Sealdah at 23:35 hours on the same day.

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Puja special train no. 05639 (Silchar – Kolkata) will run for six trips leaving from Silcharat 06:00 hours on all Thursdays to reach Kolkata at 13:00 hours on the next day from September 29 till November 3, 2022. In return direction, puja special train no. 05640 (Kolkata- Silchar) will run for six trips leaving from Kolkata at 15:00 hours on all Fridays to reach Silcharat 00:30 hours on Sunday from September 30 till November 4, 2022. The puja special train will consist of 20 coaches and will run via New Haflong, Lumding, Guwahati, New Bongaigaon, New Jalpaiguri, Kishanganj, Malda Town and Bandel Jn during its both ways journey. There will be 4 AC three tier coaches, 1 AC two tier coach, 13 sleeper class coaches and 2 luggage vans.

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