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The Western Railway on Monday cancelled or rescheduled 25 trains, including 14 long-distance ones, that run through Bharuch due to heavy rains and floods in the district.
According to a Western Railway statement, the long-distance trains were running late by three to three and half hours. The long distance trains are as follows: 16125 Chennai -Jodhpur Express, 19131 Kutch Express, 19017 Surashtra Janta, 16733 Rameshwaram Okha Express, 19005 Mumbai-Okha Mail,19143 Lokshakti Express, 12901 Gujarat Mail, 12971 Bandra-Bhavnagar Express, 22903 Express, 16506 Bangalore-Gandhidham Express, 12267 Duronto Express, 12843 Puri-Ahmedabad Express, 19707 Bandra-Jaipur Express, 16312 Kochiveli-Bikaner Express. Besides, 59032/59031 Bharuch-Surat-Bharuch Passenger and 59050 Virmagam-Valsad Passenger were cancelled between Vadodara and Valsad.
Train 59049 Valasad-Viramgam will run between Vadodara and Viramgam, while 59009 Virar-Bharuch Passenger was terminated at Ankleshwar and remained cancelled between Ankleshwar-Bharuch.
Besides, the following trains that was to run on September 23 (Monday) were rescheduled: Train 12955 Mumbai-Jaipur ran late by 1 hour and 25 minutes; Train no 12953 August Kranti Rajdhani Express departed late by two hours from Mumbai; Train no 22451 Bandra Terminus-Chandigardh departed late from Bandra by 1 hour and 55 minute; Train no 12480 Bandra-Jodhpur left late by an hour; Train no 12933 Mumbai-Ahemdabad departed late by one hour; and train no 12931 Mumbai-Ahemdabad departed late by 50 minutes, 22904 Bhuj-Bandra late by 2 hours and 10 minutes.