Indian Railways to run two special trains for Indian Army amid COVID-19 lockdown

Indian Railways to run two special trains for Indian Army amid COVID-19 lockdown


During the COVID-19 lockdown, the Indian Army is going to run 2 special trains to meet the operational requirements of the northern and eastern borders. Both trains will start from Bengaluru. The first train to start on 17 April will reach Jammu via Ambala and the second train will start for Guwahati on 18 April.


Let us tell you that one-third of the world is under lockdown due to the outbreak of Coronavirus in the whole world. It also includes India. In such a situation, all types of traffic are also completely stalled. Meanwhile, the army has run these trains keeping in view the operational needs.

Significantly, there is news of relief in India due to Coronavirus infection. In the last 12 hours, the pace of coronavirus infection has decreased, due to which 447 cases and 22 deaths have been reported in the last 12 hours. According to new figures, the number of people infected with the coronavirus in the country has increased to 12380.

At the same time, the death toll of this dangerous COVID-19 epidemic has reached 414. According to the latest data released by the Ministry of Health, out of a total of 12380 cases of coronavirus, there are 10477 active cases.

In addition, 1488 people have fully recovered or have been discharged from the hospital. According to the Health Ministry data as of 8 am Thursday, the highest number of 187 people died due to coronavirus in Maharashtra. Now the number of victims from this epidemic has increased to 3398.

Coronavirus is witnessing the most havoc in Maharashtra. A total of 3398 positive cases of coronavirus have been reported in Maharashtra. Out of these total cases of Corona, 2916 cases are active and 295 people have fully recovered or have been discharged. So far 187 people have lost their lives in this state.

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