Railways Cancelled Many Trains Till January 2021: Check Full List


Indian Railways on Saturday announced that many trains were fully/partially cancelled and timings for a few trains have changed till January 1 As dense fog enveloped several parts of the country.

“Keeping in mind the convenience of passengers, several trains have been cancelled from December 16 to January 1,” said North Eastern railway CPRO Pankaj Kumar.

Here is the list of cancelled trains due to Fog and farmers’ protests

Fully Cancelled Trains:

  • Train number 02571 – Gorakhpur- Anand Vihar terminus will be cancelled on all Wednesdays and Sundays between December 16, 20, 23, 27, and 30, January 3, 6, 10, 13, 17, 20, 24, 27, and 31.
  • Train number 02572 – Anand Vihar Terminus- Gorakhpur will be cancelled on all Mondays and Thursdays between December 17, 21, 24, 28, 31 and January 4, 7, 11, 14, 18, 21, 25 and 28.

Partially Cancelled Trains:

  • Train number 05004 – Gorakhpur- Kanpur Anwarganj will be partially cancelled from Prayagraj Rambagh to Kanpur between December 16 and January 31.
  • Train number 05003 – Kanpur Anwarganj- Gorakhpur will be partially cancelled from Anwarganj to Prayagraj Rambagh between December 16 and January 31.

List of Trains affected due to farmers’ protests:

  • Train number 05212 – Amritsar- Darbhanga, scheduled to depart from Amritsar on December 13, stands cancelled.
  • Train number 04652 – scheduled to depart from Amritsar, will depart from Amritsar-Jayanagar Ambala. It stands partially cancelled between Amritsar- Ambala.
  • Train number 04651- scheduled to depart from Jayanagar will be run to Jayanagar – Amritsar Ambala. It stands partially cancelled between Amritsar- Ambala.

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