14 Pairs of Trains Cancelled in Punjab in View of Farmer Protests 

Check the list of trains which have been full or partially canceled from 24-26 September.

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Representatives of various farmers organisations stage a protest against the Central Government over agriculture related issues, in Patiala.
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Fourteen pairs of passenger trains running from the railways Ferozepur division were cancelled from 24 to 26 September in view of the farmer outfits’ three-day rail roko protest against the Centre’s three agriculture bills.

The following trains have been cancelled fully or partially from 24-26 September:

The Amrtisar-Haridwar train from 25-26 September and New Delhi-Jammu Tawi Express from 24-26 September have been cancelled.

Hazur Saheb Nanded-Amritsar train will not run till Amritsar and end its journey in Old Delhi. Train number 02716 will run from Old Delhi instead of Amritsar on 25-26 September.

The Dhanbad-Ferozepur Cantt train will not run till Ferozepur Cantt and end its journey at Ambala Cantt. Train number 03308 will run from Ambala Cantt from 24-26 September instead of Ferozepur Cantt.

The Mumbai Central-Amritsar train arriving on 24 September will be brought to Ludhiana and will end its journey at Ambala from 25-26 September. Train number 02904 will run from Ambala from 24-26 September instead of Amritsar.

Police use water cannons to disperse supporters of Lok Insaaf Party (Punjab) during a protest over the passage of recent farm bills and electricity amendment bill, at Punjab-Haryana border in Ambala district on Wednesday.
Police use water cannons to disperse supporters of Lok Insaaf Party (Punjab) during a protest over the passage of recent farm bills and electricity amendment bill, at Punjab-Haryana border in Ambala district on Wednesday.
(Photo: PTI)

In a first-of-its-kind show of solidarity, 31 farmer organisations in Punjab cut across party lines on Wednesday, 23 September, to announce a joint statewide protest to be held on September 25 against the farm bills passed by both Houses of Parliament. The organisations have given a call for complete 'Punjab bandh' as a mark of protest.

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