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Good news for passengers stranded by the Agneepath protest: eight special trains will operate today. View List

Due to violent protests in Bihar against the Agneepath scheme, rail passengers are stranded at many stations. On Sundays, eight special trains will run from Jhajha, Deendayal Upadhyay Junction, and Dhanbad for their convenience.

There is good news for railway passengers who have been stranded at various stations for the past two days.

The Railways have decided to run special trains from Dhanbad, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Junction, and Jhajha in Jamui for the convenience of passengers.

Passengers will be able to travel to Pune, Bangalore, Goa, Puri, and other destinations on Sundays thanks to these trains.

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Sunday’s special trains are listed below

– 02214 Jha Jha – Shalimar Special will leave Jha Jha at 11.40 hrs
– 07609 DDU – Poorna Special will leave Deendayal Upadhyay Junction at 9.00 pm
– 02296 DDU – Bangalore Special train will leave Deendayal Upadhyay Junction at 11.25 hrs
– 02742 DDU – Vasco Da Gama Special will leave Deendayal Upadhyay Junction at 9.50 pm. Deendayal Upadhyay Junction
– 01034 DDU – Pune Special will leave Deendayal Upadhyay Junction at 11.40 pm
– 02792 DDU – Secunderabad will leave Deendayal Upadhyay Junction at 6 am on Monday
– 08623 Dhanbad – Hatia Special will leave Dhanbad at 11.40 pm
– 08420 Dhanbad -Puri Special will leave Dhanbad at 11.30 pm

Trains are not allowed to run until 8 p.m

Because of the possibility of violence, the East Central Railway has suspended train service until 8 p.m. on Sunday.

Trains running or passing through Bihar during the day have been canceled as a result of this.

Passengers are stranded for two to three days at many stations across the state.

The railway will run special trains at night to transport them out.

Long lines for refunded tickets

They are concerned about getting their ticket money back at various railway stations across the state, including Patna.

At the ticket return counter, there are long lines.

Additional ticket refund counters have been opened, according to CPRO Virendra Kumar.

Passengers on the canceled trains will receive a refund of their ticket money.

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