Four Train Services Between Bengaluru and Assam to Remain Canceled Until Sept 19


Team Udayavani, Sep 9, 2017, 1:53 PM IST

Bengaluru: Indian Railways has cancelled four trains between Bengaluru and North East India following delay in restoration works in flood affected regions in Northeastern states of the country. The four trains will remain cancelled until September 19, 2017, said a statement from Indian Railways.

Train number 12551, Yesvantpur – Kamakhya AC express which was scheduled to depart Bengaluru on September 16 has been cancelled whereas the service of the train number 22501, KSR Bengaluru – New Tinsukia Express has also been cancelled. Train number 22501 was expected to leave Bengaluru on September 19 from KSR Bengaluru station.   

Journey of train number 12510, Guwahati – Bengaluru Cantt Express from Assam on September 17 has been cancelled.  Journey of the train number 12504, Kamakhya – Bengaluru Cantt Hamsafar Express commencing on September 19 from Kamakhya has also been cancelled. 

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