Over 300 trains terminated, diverted ahead of G20 Summit

The Northern Railway has issued an announcement regarding the impact of the upcoming G20 Summit scheduled for September 9 and 10 in Delhi on more than 300 trains.

In accordance with security guidelines, these trains will experience temporary modifications in their operations, including cancellations, redirections to alternative routes or stations, from September 8 to 11, as stated in an official statement.

The Northern Railway has disclosed that the services of 207 trains will be concluded, terminals for 15 trains will be relocated, and the routes of six trains will be altered. Additionally, approximately 70 trains, including the Jammu Tawi-New Delhi Rajdhani and Tejas Rajdhani Hazrat Nizamuddin, Varanasi-New Delhi Tejas Rajdhani, and others, will include extra stoppage stations to mitigate passenger inconveniences.

Moreover, changes will be made to the starting and ending points of 36 trains, and three trains will bypass Delhi\’s Kishan Ganj during the summit.

A railway official has recommended that travelers who have scheduled journeys during these dates should check train timetables and routes to avoid any inconveniences.

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