Railways Board CEO and Chairman Sunit Sharma provided information on the operation of the new private trains on Friday. Due to added congestion at many of the country’s railway stations, Indian Railways has begun operating an additional 140 trains. This train operation will continue until May. He said: ‘On average, 1,490 private trains run in a single day. Up to 28 private trains operate as copies. 70 percent of train services have been restored. Additional trains run during April and May to avoid congestion.
Sunit Sharma, Chairman of the Railways Board, said at a press conference, “It is a special day for Indian Railways, as you know that the first train ran today is between VT to Thane. On April 16th, 1853, the train has traveled 34 km between the two stations. From this day on.” So far, the railways have traveled miles forward. “