GUWAHATI, Sept 5 - Maligaon-headquartered Northeast Frontier Railway has announced that services of a few more long-distance passenger trains to and from this region to rest of India will be restored soon.
The 15647 Lokmanya Tilak-Guwahati Express will resume running from September 8, the 15648 Guwahati-Lokmanya Tilak Express from September 12, the 22411 Naharlagun-New Delhi AC Express from September 12, the 22412 New Delhi-Naharlagun AC Express from September 10, the 15906 Dibrugarh-Kanyakumari Vivek Express from September 23 and the Kanyakumari-Dibrugarh 15905 Vivek Express will resume running from September 14.
Following massive floods in eastern Bihar, rail connectivity between NFR zone and the rest of India had remained snapped since August 13.
�While the first goods train services resumed from August 24, passenger services have started plying from September 2 with resumption of Rajdhani Express, North East Express and Kamrup Express. Kanchanjungha Express will also to be restored from September 7. Restoration work in sections affected by the floods is in progress and situation is being monitored,� said a senior NFR official.