Mumbai-Ahmedabad Train Traffic Resumes As Narmada Water Level Drops

Mumbai: Train traffic on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad course continued gradually around Monday early afternoon almost 12 hours after it was stopped when the Narmada stream was streaming over the risk mark among Bharuch and Ankleshwar stations in Gujarat, Western Rail route said.
Sharing a report on the circumstance, Western Rail route’s Main Genius Sumit Thakur let PTI know that the activity of trains on the course from span no 502 continued gradually at around 11:30 am on Monday as the water level of Narmada stream retreated beneath the peril mark.

The activity of trains on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad course among Bharuch and Ankleshwar stations under the Vadodara division halted after Narmada waterway waters flooded over the risk mark at unit no. 502 at around 11:50 pm on Sunday.

“The railroad traffic over the Narmada Stream span has continued and prepares are being worked gradually with alert,” Thakur said.

He said WR has previously set up helpline numbers and travelers are being refreshed about the situation with trains through a public declaration framework too.

Since Sunday late around evening time, all the traveler and products trains on the two finishes of the waterway were held up because of the flood.

Thakur had said courses of action were being made to give rewards, tea, and water to the abandoned travelers.

Something like one-and about six trains, including Mumbai-Ahmedabad Tejas Express and Shatabdi Express, have been dropped because of the flood, a Western Railroad discharge said.

Weighty downpour lashed many pieces of Gujarat on Sunday, flooding low-lying regions and removing a few towns as Narmada and different waterways were in full spate, authorities said.

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