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Railway board chairman Vinod Kumar Yadav said that the Indian railways is banking on its freight revenue in this fiscal

Chairman of the Railway Board Vinod Kumar Yadav has directed officials to expedite works in districts under the scope of the Garib Kalyan Rojgar Abhiyaan.

Delhi: Railway Board Chairman VinodKumar Yadav today visited Anand Vihar terminal where around 300 COVID care isolation coaches have been set up, in view of the rise in #COVID19  cases.

Most migrant workers have reached their home destinations. We continue to coordinate with the state governments to send back remaining migrant workers: Railway Board Chairman VinodKumar Yadav

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Railway Board Chairman Vinod Kumar Yadav said that Indian Railways will provide the desired number of Shramik Special trains immediately within 24 hours of the request made by the State Govts. Railway Ministry has requested the State Governments to indicate their requirements

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4,286 shramik special trains carrying over 58 lakh migrants to their destined places have been operated till now. The demand for these trains has decreased from 250 to about 137 per day. We operated 56 trains in the last 2 days: Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman Railway Board

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4,286 shramik special trains carrying over 58 lakh migrants to their destined places have been operated till now. The demand for these trains has decreased from 250 to about 137 per day. We operated 56 trains in the last 2 days: Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman Railway Board

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We have started running 'shramik special trains' from May 1 and since then we have run 4050 trains. More than 54 lakh labourers have been ferried in those trains. Around 80% of these trains have been run to Uttar Pradesh & Bihar: Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman, Railway Board.

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We have started running 'shramik special trains' from May 1 and since then we have run 4050 trains. More than 54 lakh labourers have been ferried in those trains. Around 80% of these trains have been run to Uttar Pradesh & Bihar: Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman, Railway Board. (ANI)

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80% of the train journeys have been undertaken by the migrant labourers of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar: Railway Board Chairman VinodKumar Yadav

State govts provided food & water at starting stations. IRCTC & Railway Divisions arranged fee meals and water for migrants in trains en-route: Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman, Railway Board

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A media report stated that a train reached Siwan (from Surat) in 9 days, this is fake news. The train reached its destination in 2 days. Only 4 trains out of 3,840 total trains have taken over 72hrs to reach their destination: Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman, Railway Board

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Only 4 trains out of 3,840 total trains have taken over 72 hours to reach their destination, 90% trains have been run with an average speed higher than normal mail express trains: Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman, Railway Board

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Persons with co-morbidities, pregnant women, children below age of 10 years & persons above 65 years of age may avoid travel by rail, except when it is essential: Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman, Railway Board

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Around 2600 trains have been scheduled for next 10 days: Railway Board Chairman VinodKumar Yadav

Vinod Kumar Yadav, Chairman, Railway Board: The cost of the damage caused (during protests against #CitizenshipAmendmentAct ) is approximately Rs. 80 crores, of which Rs. 70 crores is of the Eastern Railway & Rs. 10 crores is of the North Frontier Railway.

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#Railway property worth over Rs 80 crore was damaged during protests across the country against the #CitizenshipAmendmentAct . Railway Board Chairman Vinod Kumar Yadav said, the recovery will be made from those found involved in arson and violence.

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#WATCH : Media targeted by Haryana Police; ANI personnel Naveen Yadav & Vinod Kumar lathicharged during coverage o #Ryan  protest in Gurugram

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