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Northeast Frontier (NF) Railway has announced to resume the services of passenger special train between Silchar and Bhairabi from this week for the benefit of local passengers, an official said on September 7.

The services of Train No. 05567/05568 Silchar – Bhairabi – Silchar passenger special will resume as bi-weekly service from September 10. The train will leave from Silchar on every Tuesday and Friday at 4:55 pm to reach Bhairabi at 9 pm and leave from Bhairabi on every Wednesday and Saturday at 5:30 am to reach Silchar at 9:20 am.

NF Railway also informed that the services of weekly special train running between Agartala and Secunderabad have been extended to run for three more trips as per existing path, timings, stoppages and composition.

Train No. 07030/07029 Secunderabad – Agartala – Secunderabad weekly special is being entended to run for three more trips. The train will leave from Secunderabad on September 13, 20 and 27. From Agartala, the train will leave on September 17, 24 and October 1.

“The details of stoppages and timings of these trains are available in IRCTC website and are also being notified across various platforms of NF Railway. Passengers are requested to see these details before undertaking their journey,” said a statement from NF Railway.

“It may kindly be noted that, during train journey and on arrival at their destination, the passengers will have to adhere to prevailing health protocols of the destination state. All passengers are requested to co-operate with the Railways and respective state government officials,” said the statement released by chief public relations officer Guneet Kaur.

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