Vande Bharat train will stop in Muzaffarnagar also, Union Minister Dr. Sanjeev Balyan’s effort was successful


Muzaffarnagar. Vande Bharat train will now stop at Muzaffarnagar as well. After the efforts of Union Minister Dr. Sanjeev Balyan, now Bharat Vande train has become a stoppage in Muzaffarnagar district as well.

Railway has released the new schedule of Vande Bharat Express train running from Delhi to Dehradun. According to railway sources, now the Vande Bharat Express train will stop at Muzaffarnagar as well.

The trial run of Vande Bharat train running between Anand Vihar Terminal to Dehradun was done on Tuesday. The timetable of Vande Bharat train starting between Anand Vihar Terminal to Dehradun via Meerut Railway Station was released. According to the schedule issued earlier, this train was not to stop at Ghaziabad and Muzaffarnagar stations but now again a new schedule has been issued.

According to the new schedule released, now Vande Bharat Express will stop at Muzaffarnagar station as well. This has brought a lot of relief to the people of Muzaffarnagar. The train will run only six days a week. It will be closed on Wednesday.

Various speculations were being made after the date of Vande Bharat train was announced. Railway officials say that the arrival of the train at Saharanpur station means that the train has to stop for at least 10-15 minutes, because the engine has to be changed there.

Muzaffarnagar MP and Union Minister Dr. Sanjeev Balyan had written a letter to Railway Minister Ashwani Vaishnav in this regard requesting to make stoppages in Muzaffarnagar. After which the efforts of the Union Minister were successful and Railway Minister Ashwani Vaishnav gave the go-ahead to make stoppages in Muzaffarnagar.

The Vande Bharat train will leave Dehradun at 7 am to reach Muzaffarnagar at 10:07 am and reach Anand Vihar at 11.45 am and leave at 5.50 pm to reach Muzaffarnagar at 7:08 pm.

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