Indian Railways Update IRCTC Canceled Trains On 13 August 2022


Train Canceled List of 13 August 2022: If you are going to your homes for a holiday on Saturday, Sunday and 15 August (Independence Day 2022), then this news is of your use. A total of 164 trains have been canceled by the Railways today. Along with this, a total of 16 trains have been rescheduled and 18 trains have been diverted.

In such a situation, if you are going to travel by train today, then once you must check the list of cancel, divert and rescheduled trains. This will not cause you any problem later. If you also want to check the status of your train, then you can check it by visiting the website of National Train Inquiry System (NTES) and IRCTC.

Check the status of canceled trains in this way-
To check the status of canceled trains, first you visit Next, click on the option of Exceptional Trains on the right side. Click on it. Next you will see the complete list of cancel, reschedule and divert trains.

Rail operations affected due to rain and floods
Heavy rains are occurring in many parts of the country like Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra etc. Due to this a situation like flood has been created. Due to this, the railway tracks have been flooded in many places. Due to this, trains have to be canceled many times or their routes have to be changed.

These trains were diverted and canceled
In the list of canceled trains, a total of 164 trains including Wardha-Ballarshah MEMU Special (01315), Pathankot-Jwalamukhi (01605), Varanasi-Barkakana (03360), Fatehpur-Kanpur Central (04129), Ramnagar-Moradabad (05366) were canceled. Is. At the same time, a total of 16 trains including Siwan-Gorakhpur Express (05153) have been rescheduled in the list of rescheduled trains.

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