Indian Railway News: Indian Railways increased the number of coaches in 22 trains, see the full list here

Indian Railways will increase the number of coaches in trains

The South Central Railway Zone of Indian Railways has taken a big step towards providing better rail service to its passengers. South Central Railway has announced to increase the number of coaches in its 11 pairs of trains i.e. a total of 22 trains.

of Indian Railways South Central Railway (South Central Railway) The zone has taken a big step towards providing better rail service to its passengers. South Central Railway has announced to increase the number of coaches in its 11 pairs of trains i.e. a total of 22 trains. South Central Railway has given this information on its official Twitter account and has also shared the details of all 22 trains. Please tell that these trains are located in South India. (Southern India) It plays an important role in connecting different parts of the country with the rest of the country. With the help of these trains, people of South India can easily reach the rest of the country.

In which trains the number of coaches will be increased

1. Train number 17007 running between Secunderabad to Darbhanga will be run from May 3 to May 28 with 2 extra sleeper coaches.

2. Train number 17008 running between Darbhanga to Secunderabad will be run from May 6 to May 31 with 2 extra sleeper coaches.

3. Train number 17016 running between Secunderabad to Bhubaneshwar will be run from 1st May to 31st May with 1 Extra Second AC Coach.

4. Train number 17015 running between Bhubaneswar to Secunderabad will be run from 3rd May to 2nd June with 1 Extra Second AC coach.

5. Train number- 22737 running between Secunderabad to Hisar will be run from May 3 to May 31 with 1 extra sleeper coach.

6. Train number- 22738 running between Hisar to Secunderabad will be run from May 3 to May 17 with 1 extra sleeper coach.

7. Train number 17249 running between Tirupati to Kakinada Town will be run from 1st May to 31st May with 1 Extra Sleeper Coach.

8. Train number 17250 running between Kakinada Town to Tirupati will be run from May 2 to June 1 with 1 extra sleeper coach.

9. Train number 17247 running between Narasapur to Dharmavaram will be run from 1st May to 31st May with 1 extra sleeper coach.

10. Train number 17248 running between Dharmavaram to Narasapur will be run from May 2 to June 1 with 1 extra sleeper coach.

11. Train number 17014 running between Hyderabad to Hadapsar will be run from May 2 to May 30 with 1 extra sleeper coach.

12. Train number 17013, running between Hadapsar to Hyderabad, will be run from May 3 to May 31 with 1 extra sleeper coach.

13. Train No. 12795 running between Vijayawada to Lingampalli will be run from 1st May to 31st May with 1 Extra AC Chair Car Coach.

14. Train No. 12796 running between Lingampalli to Vijayawada will run from 2 May to 1 June with 1 Extra AC Chair Car Coach.

15. Train No. 17251 running between Guntur to Kacheguda will be run from 1st May to 31st May with 1 Extra Sleeper Coach.

16. Train No. 17252, running between Kacheguda to Guntur, will be run from May 2 to June 1 with 1 extra sleeper coach.

17. Train number 17243, running between Guntur to Raigarh, will be run from May 3 to June 2 with 1 extra sleeper coach.

18. Train number 17244 running between Raigarh and Guntur will be run from 4th May to 3rd June with 1 extra sleeper coach.

19. Train number – 12720 running between Hyderabad to Jaipur, will be run from May 2 to May 30 with 1 extra second AC coach.

20. Train number- 12719 running between Jaipur to Hyderabad, will be run from 4th May to 1st June with 1 extra second AC coach.

21. Train No. 12718 running between Vijayawada to Visakhapatnam will be run from 1st May to 31st May with 1 Extra AC Chair Car Coach.

22. Train No. 12717, running between Visakhapatnam to Vijayawada, will be run from May 1 to May 31 with 1 Extra AC chair car coach.

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Let us inform that all the zones of Indian Railways are running all summer special trains keeping in mind the facilities of the passengers. On the routes where it is not possible to run new trains, extra coaches are being installed in the existing trains on those routes so that maximum number of passengers can get confirmed seats. By installing extra coaches in any train, not only do passengers get a confirmed seat, but more passengers travel in a train than before. Along with this, it also increases the earnings of the Railways.

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