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NFR to run 2 more trains in north bank soon

By Correspondent

UDALGURI, May 31 � The NF Railway will run two more trains from Kamakhya and Rangiya junctions respectively within the next few days. This was informed to this correspondent by Akhilesh Verma, Senior Zonal Signal and Telecommunication Engineer of the NF railway here at Udalguri railway station recently. Talking to this correspondent, Verma said that the NF Railway was keen to serve the people of this region with the best it could do and as such it was keen to run the two much- needed trains � an intercity from Kamakhya junction in the morning for Murkongselek and a passenger train from Rangiya junction to Bhalukpong in Arunachal Pradesh in the morning to link the people of Arunachal Pradesh with this region.

During his visit on the occasion of ongoing Railway fortnight, Verma also encouraged the railway passengers to inform the railway authority regarding the problems being faced by them. He also took stock of the facilities and problems being faced at the Udalguri railway station and came to know from the public that the station should be facilitated with a first class waiting room, ATM service, pure drinking water, enhancement of the present booking counter with at least two ticket booking counters to avoid the everyday heavy rush of passengers, provision of RPF patrolling in the evening, beautification, induction of more TTEs in the Rangiya-Rangapara trains etc. The railway officials appealed to the passengers to dial the security helpline No 182 for security purposes during their stay at the station or during a rail journey.

The general public of Udalguri and the railway passengers also put their feedback and suggestions in the drop box on the occasion most of which centred round the demand of stoppage of the Naharlagun-New Delhi AC Express train at Udalguri railway station arguing that Udalguri being the district head quarter has easy access to the nearby army, BSF, SSB camps along the Indo-Bhutan border and Arunachal Pradesh near Bhairabkunda which is a tourist spot as also a border place of Bhutan, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. The railway officer accompanied by Hrishikesh Deka, Chief Commercial Inspector of NF Railway and others gave a patient hearing to the public grievances on the occasion and assured to place their demands before the top railway authority.

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NFR to run 2 more trains in north bank soon

UDALGURI, May 31 � The NF Railway will run two more trains from Kamakhya and Rangiya junctions respectively within the next few days. This was informed to this correspondent by Akhilesh Verma, Senior Zonal Signal and Telecommunication Engineer of the NF railway here at Udalguri railway station recently. Talking to this correspondent, Verma said that the NF Railway was keen to serve the people of this region with the best it could do and as such it was keen to run the two much- needed trains � an intercity from Kamakhya junction in the morning for Murkongselek and a passenger train from Rangiya junction to Bhalukpong in Arunachal Pradesh in the morning to link the people of Arunachal Pradesh with this region.

During his visit on the occasion of ongoing Railway fortnight, Verma also encouraged the railway passengers to inform the railway authority regarding the problems being faced by them. He also took stock of the facilities and problems being faced at the Udalguri railway station and came to know from the public that the station should be facilitated with a first class waiting room, ATM service, pure drinking water, enhancement of the present booking counter with at least two ticket booking counters to avoid the everyday heavy rush of passengers, provision of RPF patrolling in the evening, beautification, induction of more TTEs in the Rangiya-Rangapara trains etc. The railway officials appealed to the passengers to dial the security helpline No 182 for security purposes during their stay at the station or during a rail journey.

The general public of Udalguri and the railway passengers also put their feedback and suggestions in the drop box on the occasion most of which centred round the demand of stoppage of the Naharlagun-New Delhi AC Express train at Udalguri railway station arguing that Udalguri being the district head quarter has easy access to the nearby army, BSF, SSB camps along the Indo-Bhutan border and Arunachal Pradesh near Bhairabkunda which is a tourist spot as also a border place of Bhutan, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh. The railway officer accompanied by Hrishikesh Deka, Chief Commercial Inspector of NF Railway and others gave a patient hearing to the public grievances on the occasion and assured to place their demands before the top railway authority.

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