Bangalore: Cancellation of Chennai trains annoys passengers | Bengaluru Information


BENGALURU: Cancellation and delay of a number of Bengaluru-Chennai trains over the weekend has inconvenienced a whole bunch of passengers. Six trains have been cancelled on Sunday and a number of other heading to Chennai have been delayed on Saturday, leaving passengers stranded with out meals or water.
In April, South Western Railway (SWR) had mentioned two of the six trains can be cancelled on Might 6 (Sunday) and the opposite 4 rescheduled as a result of remodelling work at Arakkonam railway yard. Early on Sunday, nonetheless, SWR introduced all six trains had been cancelled.
Passengers tweeted their anguish, with some saying there isn’t any level of creating bullet trains if common ones couldn’t run on time.
“We wish full refund with compensation for deliberate incovenience brought on by Southern Railways … My household has to make alternate journey preparations to succeed in Chennai safely,” passenger Vinayak Ogale mentioned.
One other passenger Jaikumar E tweeted, “Indian Railways, horrible Service. No communication for delay to passengers. No communication between observe upkeep workforce and rail operations.”
A passenger mentioned Chennai Mail which left Bengaluru on Saturday was caught in Chengalpattu for a number of hours. “Pls clear the traces quickly. No breakfast, no meals, no water. In Chennai Mail caught earlier than Chengalpatttu. We’ve been within the practice for 14 hours… for a 5-hour journey,” he tweeted.


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