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Bharat Bandh: Train operations in Delhi, Ambala divisions affected due to farmers' protest

Written by  Rajan Nath -- September 27th 2021 02:21 PM -- Updated: September 27th 2021 02:24 PM
Bharat Bandh: Train operations in Delhi, Ambala divisions affected due to farmers' protest

Bharat Bandh: Train operations in Delhi, Ambala divisions affected due to farmers' protest

Farmers' protest: The train operations in the national capital and the nearby areas have been affected as protesting farmers on Monday gathered at the railway tracks in the wake of a 10-hour Bharat Bandh protest called by the Sanyukt Kisan Morcha (SKM).


According to the Northern Railway, the rail operations in Delhi, Ambala and Firozepur divisions were impacted by people sitting on tracks. About 25 trains have been affected due to the Bharat Bandh, it said.

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Bharat Bandh: Full list of trains affected due to farmers' protest | India News – India TV

"Train operations are affected in Delhi, Ambala and Firozpur divisions as people are sitting on railway tracks. More than 20 locations are being blocked in the Delhi division. About 25 trains affected in Ambala and Firozpur divisions," the Northern Railway said.

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25 trains affected due to Bharat Bandh: Railways- The New Indian Express

Officials said the Delhi-Amritsar Shan-e-Punjab, New Delhi-Moga Express, Old Delhi-Payhajot Express, Vande Bharat Express from New Delhi to Katra, and Amritsar Shatabdi are some of the trains that have been affected.

The agitating farmers were also seen sitting on the railway tracks at the Devidaspura village in Amritsar, in support of the Bharat Bandh.

Rail Roko Farmers Agitation Negligible Impact Train Services Railways Statement | India News – India TV

On the Tikri border, farmers sat on the railway tracks at Bahadurgarh railway station. To mark a year of the Centre's three farm laws, farmers early on Monday began a "Bharat Bandh", following a nationwide call by farmer unions demanding to scrap the legislations.

The bandh has garnered support from 15 trade unions, political parties, six state governments and varied sections of society. State governments of Tamil Nadu, Chhattisgarh, Kerala, Punjab, Jharkhand and Andhra Pradesh have extended their support to the Bharat Bandh protest.

-PTC News

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