Ministry of Railways will introduce a new weekly superfast train between Pune and Kazipet via Daund-Manmad-Akola-Wardha-Balharshah. Inaugural service will be flagged off by Shri Hansraj Ahir, Hon’ble Minister of State for Home Affairs, Govt. of India on 20.10.2017 at 2145 hrs.
Weekly Express will leave Pune at 21.45 hrs every Friday from 20.10.2017 and arrive Kazipet at 18.35 hrs next day. 22152 Weekly Express will leave Kazipet at 13.35 hrs every Sunday from 22.10.2017 and arrive Pune at 11.05 hrs next day.
Composition: one AC-2 Tier, one AC-3 Tier, 4 Sleeper Class, 4 General Second Class, 2 General Second Class cum guard’s brake vans.
Reservation: Bookings for 22151 Weekly express opens with immediate effect i.e. on 19.10.2017 at all PRS locations and on website www.irctc.co.in ---- ---- ---- Date: October 19, 2017 This news comes to you from the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.
The inaugural service will be flagged off by Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Ahir, said a statement issued by the CR's Public Relations Department. A new weekly superfast train between Pune and Kazipet in Telangana will be introduced tomorrow, the Central Railway (CR) said today. The inaugural service will be flagged off by Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Ahir, said a statement issued by the CR's Public Relations Department. The... more...
weekly train (22151) will leave Pune at 9.45 pm every Friday and arrive at Kazipet at 6.35 pm the next day. On its return journey, the train (22152) will leave Kazipet at 1.35 pm every Sunday and arrive at Pune at 11.05 am the next day, it said. The rain will halt at Daund, Ahmednagar, Kopargaon, Manmad, Bhusaval, Shegaon, Akola, Badnera, Dhamangaon, Pulgaon, Wardha, Warora, Chandrapur, Balharshah, Sirpur Kagaznagar, Ramagundam and Peddapalli stations. The coach composition of the train is - one each AC-2 Tier and AC-3 Tier compartment, four each sleeper and general second class coaches and two general second class-cum-guard's brake vans, said the statement.
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