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STRAP: DEMU special train to operate between Dangiri and Tinsukia stations soon

HT Bureau

GUWAHATI, April 6: The Northeast Frontier Railway has decided to resume the train service connectivity with Dangiri, the easternmost station of Indian Railways from April 12, 2022. The train service of Tinsukia – Dangiri DEMU Special was earlier suspended due to the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Now, as the situation is almost under control nationwide, almost all train services are being resumed day by day. So for the ease of transportation of the commuters from Makum-Dangiri region the train services will be resumed w.e.f. next week.

Train No. 07904 (Tinsukia – Dangiri DEMU Special) will depart from Tinsukia railway station at 04:30 hours and will operate six days a week (except Sunday) from Tuesday next. The special train will reach its destination at Dangiri at 06:00 hours via Makum Jn., Bara Hapjan, Hansara, Dum Duma Town, Rupai and Talap stations.

Train No. 07905 (Dangiri – Tinsukia DEMU Special) will start its journey from Dangiri railway station at 06:30 hours on the same day i.e., Tuesday next. The special train will also serve for six days a week (except Sunday) from Dangiri railway station and will run via the above mentioned stations in a reverse direction to reach its destination Tinsukia railway station, at 08:00 hours on the same day.

The DEMU special train will operate with a total of 8 coaches consisting of 2 driving power coaches with accommodation facilities and 6 passenger coaches. The fare from Tinsukia and Makum to Dangiri will be Rs 30. The fare for the return direction will also be the same.

NF Railway has facilitated the passengers to avail on board railway tickets during their journey by this train. As NF Railway discourages ticketless travelling of passengers, this facility will add provisions to the commuters to get journey tickets even during their train journey.

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