G-20 Summit In New Delhi: Over 400 Trains Affected, 207 Cancelled
New Delhi, September 3 (TNA) Due to the G-20 event, the problems of the passengers are all set to increase. More than 400 trains will be affected between 8 and 10 September. Most of the trains operating from New Delhi will operate from Anand Vihar Railway Station and Nizamuddin Station.
So if you are thinking of traveling by train during G-20, then set out only after knowing the train timetable. Delhi will remain on holiday for three days and trains will also not run. Keeping in mind the preparations and security of the program, 207 trains have been cancelled. Apart from this, 36 trains will neither operate from their scheduled station nor reach the destination station. Similarly, the station of 15 trains has been changed.
The cancelled trains include Sarbat Da Bhala Express, Sriganganagar-Tilak Bridge, Sirsa Express, Rohtak Intercity, Amritsar-New Delhi Express, New Delhi-Jalandhar City, Taj Express, Delhi-Pathankot, Delhi-Saharanpur, Delhi-Haridwar, Delhi- Bhatinda, Kalka-Delhi, Delhi-Kurukshetra, Kanpur-Anand Vihar, Sarai Rohilla-Farrukhnagar, New Delhi-Hisar, Panipat-Ambala, Delhi-Rewari, Nizamuddin-Kurukshetra, Palwal-Ghaziabad, Shakurbasti-New Delhi Express.
Apart from this, many trains including Sampoorna Kranti, Bihar Sampark Kranti, Swatantrata Senani, Gomti Express, Uttaranchal Express, Saharsa Garib Rath, Dehradun-Okha Uttaranchal Express will operate from other stations of Delhi instead of New Delhi Railway Station.
Train movement from Tilak Bridge will be disrupted during the summit. Most of the trains operating from this station will remain cancelled. Many trains will not even stop at Delhi Kishanganj station. More than 72 trains going to and from Delhi have been given halt at Badli.