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Movement of two dozen trains resumed

More than 600 trains were canceled on Monday due to protests against the Agneepath Recruitment Scheme. According to the Railways, out of 612 trains passing through the affected parts, 602 trains were canceled on Monday.

Due to the protest against the Agnivar scheme, the stopped wheels of the trains are now going to run back on track once again. railway (Indian Railway) has decided to resume some of the canceled trains, giving hope of some further relief to the passengers. The biggest impact of the protest against the plan was seen in North India and especially in Bihar. Therefore, many trains that were canceled were such that they used to connect other states with Bihar. More than 600 trains on Monday itself (Train) was cancelled. The maximum impact was seen in the East Central Zone, whose headquarters is in Hajipur. Several coaches of the train were burnt during the demonstration in Bihar. After which the Railways had to take a decision to cancel the trains.

Which trains will resume movement

Indian Railways has decided to run two dozen trains at present. While only a few trains could run on Monday. According to Virendra Kumar Gupta, CPRO of North Eastern Railway, five trains have been allowed to run between Delhi and Bihar, in which 12557 Saptakranti, Muzaffarpur to Anand Vihar, 15272 Muzaffarpur Express is running between Muzaffarpur and Howrah. At the same time, 19038 Avadh Express train running from Barauni to Bandra Terninal will also be run. Along with this, 19484 Barauni Ahmedabad Express will also get back on track. Train 15205 from Barauni to Lucknow is also running today. According to the information, clones of both Bihar Sampark Kranti and Vaishali Express trains are also running. 18 trains including Pawan Express, Freedom Fighter are being operated from different divisions.

600 trains canceled on Monday

More than 600 trains were canceled on Monday due to protests against the Agneepath Recruitment Scheme. According to the Railways, out of 612 trains passing through the affected parts, 602 trains were canceled on Monday. While 4 Mail and 4 Express trains were partially cancelled. Out of 600 canceled trains, 379 are passenger trains. The biggest impact of the protest has been on the East Central Railway zone. The zone includes Sonepur, Samastipur, Danapur, Pt Deen Dayal Upadhyay and Dhanbad divisions with headquarters at Hajipur. 350 trains were canceled in this zone on Somwara.