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Indian Railways explains why many trains are running late despite improvement in weather

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New Delhi: Indian Railways news: Despite the improvement in weather, many trains are running late. On Friday also many trains arrived late at the capital stations. At the same time, many other trains including Varanasi Vande Bharat are running late by 15 to 40 minutes. The speed of trains has also improved due to reduced fog. Since December, many trains which were canceled, have also started returning to the track slowly.

Will have to wait long for many trains

However, passengers of the Mahananda Express will still have to wait. With this, many trains will still make fewer trips. Officials say that there is still fog in the morning and late night in many areas including northern India. Along with this, the movement of trains is also being affected due to safety work in many places.

The railways has started many passenger trains. The facility was started in view of the problems of passengers. However, questions are being raised about the increased fares. Due to Corona, the Railways is not able to run its normal operations right now. At the same time, due to the increase in travel fees, passengers are questioning the railways why this fare is being increased. On this, the railway has also given clarification. According to the statement of the Railway Ministry, this fare hike is a mechanism to prevent non-essential travel. Let us know that outbreak of corona has increased in many states. Corona patients are increasing in states like Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, Punjab and Delhi. In such a situation, the Railways is taking this step to prevent unnecessary travel.

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