Railways extends suspension of passenger services till May 3


Indian Railways has extended the suspension of its passenger services till May 3, senior officials said on Tuesday.

They said the decision was taken after Prime Minister
Narendra Modi announced that the
lockdown across the country will be extended till May 3 to fight the
coronavirus pandemic.
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“We have taken the decision keeping in view the extended lockdown period. More updates will be available shortly,” the official said.

Earlier, all passenger services were cancelled till April 14 midnight.

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