North East Floods Force Railways to Cancel 7 Services between Bengaluru and North East


Team Udayavani, Aug 31, 2017, 4:47 PM IST

Bengaluru: Following severe flood situation in North East India, Indian Railways has cancelled seven train services from Bengaluru and vice versa in a statement on Thursday.

Accordingly, train number 12504, Kamakhya – Bengaluru Cantt Hamsafar Express journey commencing from Kamakhya on September 05, 2017 is cancelled.

–Train number 12510, Guwahati – Bengaluru Cantt. Express journey commencing from Guwahati on September 3, 4 and 5 is cancelled.

–Train number 12552, Kamakhya – Yesvantpur AC Express journey commencing from Kamakhya on September 6 is cancelled.

–Train number 22502, New Tinsukiya – KSR Bengaluru Express journey commencing from New Tinsukiya on September 1 is cancelled.

–Train number 12551, Yesvantpur – Kamakhya Express journey commencing from Yesvantpur on September 2 is cancelled.

–Train number 12509, Bengaluru Cantt. – Guwahati Express journey commencing from Yesvantpur on September 1 is cancelled. Also, train number 12503, Bengaluru Cantt. – Kamakhya Hamsafar Express journey scheduled from Bengaluru Cantt on September 1 has been cancelled.

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