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    Trains are running towards their origin station, Railway administration thanked and appreciated their efforts

    Many organisations and persons extend their help in providing food and other essential items during the lockdown in Vadodara. In one such gesture they manage food for the staff of two trains running towards their origin station. The railway administration thanked and appreciated their efforts.

    Due to lockdown in the country all passenger trains are stopped from 22nd March, but the long trains are reaching towards their originating station with empty rakes after reaching their destinations.

    On 25th March two trains Kochuveli Dehradun express and Shree Ganganagar Kochuveli express passes from Vadodara with empty rakes and staff inside both the trains. The two trains had five AC and 13 OBHC staff and they have given the message of getting no food.

    Acting on the same, Jigar Inamdar from MSU team, Munaf Patel Samaj Seva team and James from Baroda Kerala Samajam managed food for them. Divisional Commercial Manager S.K. Nair coordinate with them and provide food to the staff in such difficult situation. They appreciated the efforts of the NGOs to provide food for the railway staff.

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