Railway Stations Temporarily Closed: Indian Railways has taken a crucial decision. South Central Railway has announced the temporary closure of 31 railway stations due to lack of revenue. South Central Railway officials said the measures were being taken due to lack of revenue and congestion within the respective stations. 29 stations will be closed from February 1. Another 2 railway stations will be closed from April 1, officials said on Friday.
However, all these stations are located in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The only station is in the Nanded range of Maharashtra. According to the division, the railway department has decided to close 16 stations in Secunderabad, 3 in Guntakal, 1 in Nanded, 4 in Guntur and 7
Most of them are halt stations
But among them 6 are just new stations which are started 4 years ago
Siddipet: Commission of Railway Safety (CRS) of South Central Railway (SCR) conducted a high-speed trial run of a passenger train on the 31-km long newly laid railway track from Manoharbad to Gajwel town, the headquarter of Chief Minister, K Chandrashekar Rao’s constituency, on Thursday. They successfully conducted the trial run, which cleared all the decks to provide train connectivity to Gajwel town.Commissioner of CRS, Ram Krupal, SCR officials Ramesh Kumar Reddy, Subramnayam and others examined the track. Depending on the report to be submitted by the committee, the SCR will operate train from Manoharabad to Gajwel shortly. The track was laid as part of the 151-km long Manohabad-Kothapally railway line.