NF Railway Announces Cancellation, Delays In Trains Due To Heavy Rains

NF Railway Announces Cancellation, Delays In Trains Due To Heavy Rains

The Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) on Saturday announced cancellation, partial cancellation, short termination, and short origination of trains in the Badarpur Hill section owing to heavy rain and landslides in Lumding in Assam.

The decision was taken keeping in mind the landslides and water logging in several areas due to heavy rainfall in the region.

The notification read, “In view of water logging and landslides due to heavy rain at km 113/4-5 between Jatinga Lumpur and New Harangajao, at Km 131/1-2 between Bandarkhal and Ditokcherra sections and other several locations in Lumding-Badarpur hill section of Lumding division, services of several trains have been cancelled and partially cancelled, short terminated and short originated.”

Partially Cancellation/Short Termination/Short Origination of Trains

  • Train No 15888 Guwahati Badarpur Tourist express commencing journey on 14 May 2022 has been short terminated at Langting and will remain partially cancelled in between Langting and Badarpur.

  • Train No 15887 Badargur Guwahat Tourist express, commencing journey on 14 May 2022 has been short originated at Langting and will remain partially cancelled in between Badarpur and Langting.

  • Train No. 15615 Guwahati-Silchar express, commencing journey on 13 May, 2022 has been short terminated at New Haflong and will remain partially cancelled in between New Haflong and Silchar. The train will run as passenger special with the stoppage of 15616 Sichar-Guwahati express in open timings.

  • Train No. 13173 Sealdah-Agartala Kanchanjungha express commencing journey on 13 May, 2022 has been short terminated at Maibang and remained partially cancelled between Maibang and Agartala.

  • Train No. 13174 Agartala-Sealdah Kanchanjungha express, commencing journey on 14 May, 2022 has been short terminated at Badaraur, originated at Madang and will remain partially canceled between Badarpur and Maibang.

Assam Press