Indian Railways Transports over 40 Lakh Passengers to Their Home States since May 1

New Delhi: Indian Railways has transported more than 40 lakh passengers to their home states through Shramik Special trains since May 1.

The Railways has operationalized more than 3,060 Shramik Special trains across the country and transported more than 40 lakh passengers, including migrant workers, pilgrims, tourists, students and other persons stranded at different places by special trains, to their home states.

Out of 3060 Shramik Special Trains, 2608 trains have been terminated, 453 trains are on run. On May 24, 237Shramik Specials were run moving 3.1 lakh passengers.

These 3060 trains were originated from various states. The top five States/UTs from where maximum trains originated are Gujarat(853 Trains), Maharashtra(550 Trains), Punjab(333 Trains), Uttar Pradesh (221 Trains), Delhi (181 Trains).

Also, these Shramik Special Trains were terminated in various States across the country. The top five states where maximum trains terminated are Uttar Pradesh(1245 Trains), Bihar(846 Trains), Jharkhand(123 Trains), Madhya Pradesh(112 Trains), Odisha(73 Trains), an official statement said.

In addition to Shramik specials Railways are running 15 pairs of special trains connecting New Delhi and plans to start 200 more time tables trains on June 1.

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