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Mumbai: Day after heavy rains, suburban train services on western line resume

PTI
Published Aug 30, 2017, 6:10 pm IST
Updated Aug 30, 2017, 6:10 pm IST
Railways Ministry said on twitter that services on western railway resumed on Tuesday at 11:58 pm and stranded passengers were evacuated.
Commuters walk through rain waters along a local train after heavy rains lashed Mumbai on Tuesday.
 Commuters walk through rain waters along a local train after heavy rains lashed Mumbai on Tuesday.

New Delhi: The suburban train services on the western railway line in Mumbai have resumed after incessant downpour threw life out of gear in the megapolis.

The Railway Ministry said on twitter that the services on the western railway resumed on Tuesday at 11:58 pm and stranded passengers were evacuated.

 

"Suburban lines on @WesternRly are made operational and services running. Services are running between Thane-Karjat, Thane-Titwala on main line. Vashi-Panvel on harbour line, Thane-Vashi on trans-harbour line," it tweeted.

"We are working in close coordination with the BMC and disaster management cell to ensure all possible measures. Additional pumps have been put in for bringing water levels down in heavy water-logged areas," it said.

The railways on Wednesday cancelled 16 trains which include Hazrat Nizamuddin-Mumbai Central August Kranti Rajdhani Express, 18102 Jammu Tawi-Tata Nagar Muri Express, 14626 Firozpur-Delhi Sarai Rohilla Intercity Express, 14601 Firozpur-Sri Ganganagar Intercity Express, 14630 Firozpur-
Ludhiana Sutlej Express, 12421 Nanded-Amritsar Express, 15656 Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra-Kamakhya Express, 12984 Chandigarh-Ajmer Garibrath Express.

Some trains have also been cancelled on August 31 and September 1.

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