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NFR extends train services between Secunderabad and Agartala till February 03


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, October 29, 2022: Northeast Frontier Railway on Saturday announced extension of train services between Secunderabad and Agartala due to higher demands.

In a press communique, NFR’s CPRO Sabyasachi De informed that the NF Railway has decided to re-number two long distance express trains with effect from March, 2023 and continues to extend the services of a pair of a special train as due to higher demands. The revision will be effected from March 2023, for the re-numbered trains and will be effective on different dates for each train during the month.

The services of special Train no. 07030, Secunderabad-Agartala will be extended from 7th November, 2022 till 30th January, 2023, every Monday from Secunderabad. Likewise the services of Train no. 07029, Agartala-Secunderabad special will extend its services till 3rd February, 2023 from 11th November, 2022, every Friday from Agartala to clear the extra rush of passengers.

Train no. 15646, Dibrugarh- Lokmanya Tilak Terminus Express will be revised to 15946 from 1st March, 2023 and Train no. 15645, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus – Dibrugarh Express will start its journey as Train no. 15945 from 4th March, 2023.

Similarly, Train no. 15906, Dibrugarh- Kanyakumari Vivek Express will commence its journey as Train no. 22504 from 4th March 2023 and Train no. 15905; Kanyakumari- Dibrugarh Vivek Express will run as Train no. 22503 from 9th March, 2023.

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