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South Central Railway transported more than one lakh mark passengers through “Shramik Special” trains - Zone operated 93 trains till 17th May 2020

South Central Railway operated 93 “Shramik Special” trains till 17th May, 2020 and carried a total of 1,18,229 ( o­ne lakh Eighteen Thousand two hundred and twenty nine)passengers to their home towns. These trains were operated o­nly after concurrence is given by both the states i.e the State which is sending the passengers and the State which is receiving them.

Indian Railways has decided to operate Shramik Special trains from 01st May 2020 based o­n advise of Ministry of Home Affairs regarding movement of migrant workers, pilgrims, tourists, students and other persons stranded at different places by special trains. South Central Railway is the first Zone o­n Indian Railwaysto start Shramik Special by running between Lingampalli and Hatia o­n 1st May, 2020.

 From then, till now (17th May 2020), the Zone has operated a total of 93 Shramik Special Trainsto transport migrant workers andstranded passengers etc.. These trains were originatedfromdifferent places served by South Central Railway in the states of Telangana, Andhra PradeshandMaharashtra state.

 These Sharmik special trains were operated tovarious places inBihar, Jharkhand, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Maharashtra, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and Manipur states. It is noteworthy to mention that the train ranfrom Bibinagar to Jiribam in Manipur is the farthest travelled train covering a distance of 2871 km followed by train from Chittor to Sahasra in Bihar state with a distance of 2589 Kms among the 93 specials.

 All the precautionary measures like thermal screening of passengers, sanitizing the coachesare beingobservedscrupulously. During the journey, passengers were given free meals and water. Police personnel are being deployed to escort the trains to ensure safe travel of the passengers.

 Shri Gajanan Mallya, General Manager, SCR complimented the officers and staff of the Zone in achieving this feat of transporting more than o­ne lakh stranded passengers in the need of hour and it is a proud moment for the Zone for actively taking part in the Nation’s endeavour, he added.

 South Central Railway will continue running of this Shramik Specials in coordination with the concerned State Governments for the benefit of stranded passengers and requested all the needy passengers to register them selves with the concerned State authorities for traveling by the Shramik Special trains to their home town safely.

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