The exodus of workers from Mumbai is increasing in light of the horrific situation of Corona in Maharashtra. Fearing the closure, workers began returning to the village to avoid the previous general situation. This increased congestion at the railway stations. Western Railway banned waiting-list passengers from coming to the station.
The central and western railways increased the number of trains
Central Railways General Manager Sanjeev Mittal said Friday that sales of platform tickets have been stopped at six stations of the Mumbai section, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Lokmania Tilak Terminus, Kalyan, Thane, Dadar and Panfil to prevent unnecessary congestion at the stations. . The number of trains has also been increased to bring the crowd to a safe destination.
Western Railways General Manager Alok Kansal said that passengers on the railway stations have been banned from entering the waiting list. Only passengers with booked tickets are allowed to go to the terminal. He said additional trainers are being added to trains heading to northern India. Most of the waiting list tickets are confirmed by this.
The queue for trains is up to 300
Kansal said a waiting list of 100 to 300 is underway on Western Railways. On the basis of more queue tickets, we decide how many trains run on which route. Last year, 310 long-distance trains began operating after the shutdown. Of that, 90 percent of the trains are running. Currently, 116 trains run towards Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Delhi.