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Train services to remain disrupted for three days

Jamshedpur, Dec. 4: Train services will remain disrupted in Adra division of South Eastern Railway (SER) for the three days (including today) due to non-interlocking work (repairing and maintenance work of signaling apparatus).

A circular issued by Garden Reach, the headquarters of South Eastern Railway in Kolkata, said that Asansol-Tatanagar Express and Adra-Barabhum MEMU Passenger stand cancelled for Friday.

TheKharagpur-Hatia Passenger leaving Kharagpur on December 4 and 5 will be short- terminated at Adra and will run as Hatia-Kharagpur Passenger from Adra to Kharagpur on both the days. The Hatia-Kharagpur Passenger leaving Hatia on December 4 and6 will be short terminated at Muri and will run as Muri to Hatia Passenger.

The Jhargram-Purulia Express will be short terminated at Barabhum on December 4 and will run asPurulia-Howrah Lalmati Express from Barabhumto Howrah.

The timing of the Danapur-Tatanagar Expresswas rescheduled on Friday. The train leftDanapur at 8 a.m. instead of6 a.m. TheTatanagar-Dhanbad Subarnarekha Express was also rescheduled. The train left Tatanagar at3.50 p.m. instead of 1.20 p.m. on Friday.

The Tatanagar-Hatia Passenger will run on diverted route via Chandil-Gonda and Muri on Friday as well as on December 6. Hence, the service of this passenger train will not be available between Chandil-Purulia-Kotshila-Murisections on both the days.

Meanwhile, train services would also remain affectedtomorrow due to necessary installation work for the third line project between Gamharia and Sini.

Confirming this station manager of Tatanagar O P Sharma said that Howrah-Barbil Janshatabdi Express, Howrah-Titlagarh Ispat Superfast Express and Howrah-Pune Duronto Expresswill run on a diverted route.

He further informed that the Barbil -Tata Passenger will be short-terminated at Rajkharsawan, while the Tata-Gua Passenger train will remain cancelled tomorrow.

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