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Assam: Indian Railways to resume 13 pairs of trains by end of this month. Full list

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After a gap of more than two months since Assam’s only hill station, Halflong and Dima Hasao district will finally get connected with the rest of the country after it was hit by incessant rainfall resulting in the disruption of railway services.

The disruption of railway service adversely affected the movement of goods and people in Assam’s Barak valley and also the northeastern states of Tripura, Mizoram and Manipur.

“It has been decided to resume the following train services which have been cancelled due to breaches in several locations of Lumding -Badarpur section of Lumding division,” the NorthEast Frontier Railway zone of Indian Railways said in a tweet.

Earlier, Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw had assured the people of Northeast that the train services would resume in the hill section by July 10.

12504 Agartala-Bangalore Cantt Express 06-08-22

12503 Bangalore Cantt -Agartala Express 09-08-22

14620 Firozpur Cantt-Agartala Express 25-07-22

14619 Agartala-Firozpur Cantt. Express 28-07-22

14038 New Delhi-Silchar PSK Express 28-07-22

14037 Silchar -New Delhi PSK Express 01-08-22

15626 Agartala-Deoghar weekly Express 23-07-22

15625 Deoghar-Agartala weekly Express 25-07-22

15641 Silchar-New Tinsukia Express 23-07-22

15642 New Tinsukia-Silchar Express 24-07-22

20501 Agartala -Anand Vihar Terminal Tejas Exp 25-07-22

20502 Anand Vihar Terminal-Agartala Tejas Exp 27-07-22

15615 Guwahati-Silchar Express 22-07-22

15616 Silchar-Guwahati Express 22-07-22

15611 Guwahati-Silchar Express 25-07-22

15612 Silchar-Guwahati Express 24-07-22

15888 Guwahati-Badarpur Tourist Express 30–7-22

15887 Badarpur -Guwahati Tourist Express 30-07-22

13173 Sealdah-Agartala Kanchanjungha Express 22-07-22

13174 Agartala -Sealdah Kanchanjungha Express 23-07-22

13175 Sealdah-Silchar Kanchanjungha Express 23-07-22

13176 Silchar -Sealdah Kanchanjungha Express 25-07-22

12515 Coimbatore Jn. – Silchar Express 24-07-22

12516 Silchar-Coimbatore Jn. Express 26-07-22

12507 Thiruvananthapuram Central-Silchar Exp 26-07-22

12508 Silchar-Thiruvananthapuram Central Exp 28-07-22

“The team of N F Railway worked relentlessly to ensure connectivity to South Assam, Tripura, Manipur and Mizoram. Trial light engine runs were conducted successfully at all the affected locations by July 8,” NF Railway CPRO said.

The CPRO further claimed that the restoration works taken up by the N F Railway is the fastest ever in Indian Railways while dealing with such huge natural calamities.

During the second week of May, around 85 km of railway track in the Lumding–Badarpur hill section of Lumding Division were badly affected due to heavy torrential rains and massive landslides.

Breaches had occurred at more than 61 locations in this section, resulting in disruption of the rail communication to the states of Tripura, Mizoram, Manipur and parts of Assam from May 14.

The Railway Ministry had later sanctioned 180 crore for the restoration of snapped railway lines in flood-ravaged Dima Hasao.

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