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All Garib Rath Express will be closed soon, cheap AC passenger trains will stop

All Garib Rath Express will be closed soon, cheap AC passenger trains will stop
         The Railway Minister Laloo Prasad Yadav started the Garib Rath Express in 2006 to fulfill the dream of traveling to the AC trains of the poor. But now the present government is changing the poor chariot trains to Mail Express. That is, the poor chariot trains are going to close soon.

        The Kathgodam-Jammu and Kathgodam-Kanpur Central Garib Rath, which was run by the North-Eastern Railway in the first place, has been converted into mail-express from July 16th, i.e. the cheap passage of the poor chariot has been stopped on this route.

       Actually, the railways say that the poor chariot bogies are stopped. That is, the rebels running on the track are all about 14 years old. In such a way, the poorer charioteers will now be converted into Mail Express. Which has also begun.

       By changing the Garib Rath Train to Mail or Express Train, the fare of the train will be increased, which will stop the cheap journey of the poor chariot. There are some 26 poorer chariot trains in the country and everyone will be gradually converted into Mail Express.

      Tell us, there are 12 bogies in poor chariots and all 3AC coaches are there. The number of coaches can be increased from 12 to 16 under the plan to convert these trains into mail trains. These 16 bogies will be the third AC, second AC, sleeper and general coach.

       It is noteworthy that in the year 2005 when Laloo Yadav announced to run the poor chariot trains, he was lauded, because a common man's dream of traveling in the AC train was going to be completed.

      The poor chariot is capable of running at a maximum speed of 140 km / hour. All the bogies in this train are on the lines of third AC. But its rental is less than 40 percent lower than the normal third AC. Passengers have to make separate payments for dining and bed rolls. For a bed roll, you have to pay 25 rupees, with a pillow, a blanket and two sheets.

     For example, at present, the Garib Rath Train of Patna junction from Anand Vihar Railway Station is about Rs 900, while the AC-3 class of Mail Express train is around 1300 rupees. That is the difference between the total 400 rupees.

      The first poor Rath Train was the Saharsa-Amritsar Express, which was started on October 5, 2006 between Saharsa of Bihar, Amritsar of Punjab. This train contains AC3 and Chaircars.

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