The NF Railway has restored some passenger and DEMU train services with effect from Sunday with revised timings for the benefit of short-distance travellers.

Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) has cancelled the services of few trains between Guwahati-Jammu Tawi and Katihar-Amritsar in view of Kisan agitation in Firozpur Cant. Division of Northern Railway.

NF Railway informed that services of Train No. 07690/07681 Agartala-Sabroom-Agartala daily DEMU services have been restored with effect from August 22 leaving from Agartala at 4:30 pm to reach Sabroom at 6-55 pm and leaving from Sabroom at 7-15 pm to reach Agartala at 9-50 pm the same day.

Train No. 07680/07679 Dharmanagar-Agartala-Dharmanagar daily DEMU service will run with revised timings with effect from August 22 leaving from Dharmanagar at 4-35 pm to reach Agartala at 9 pm the same day.

Services of Train No. 05675/05676 Agartala-Dharmanagar-Agartala daily passenger has been restored with effect from August 22 leaving from Agartala at 5-35 pm to reach Dharmanagar at 9-05 pm the same day and leaving from Dharmanagar at 6-00 am to reach Agartala at 9-45 am the same day.

NF Railway informed that the services of Train No. 05653 Guwahati-Jammu Tawi special leaving on August 25 will remain cancelled between Guwahati and Jammu Tawi.

The services of Train No. 05733 Katihar-Amritsar special leaving on August 23, 2021 will remain cancelled between Katihar and Amritsar.

The details of stoppages and timings of these trains are available on Railway’s website and are also being notified in various newspapers and social media platforms of NF Railway.

Passengers are requested to see these details before undertaking their journey.

The NF Railway chief public relations officer Guneet Kaur said during the train journey and on arrival at their destination, the passengers will have to adhere to prevailing health protocols of the destination state.

All passengers have been requested to co-operate with the railway and respective state govt officials in this regard.

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