City News: Repair of rail tracks on Parvati river continues

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quota | On the Ruthiya-Maksi part of the Western-Central Railway, the work of repairing the slipped railway tracks on the culvert of the Parvati river is being carried out at a quick tempo, however it might take two to a few days for rail site visitors to return to regular on this route. Priyanka Dixit, Senior Divisional Business Supervisor (SDCM) of Bhopal Division of Central Railway advised UNI as we speak {that a} crew of technicians is engaged in repairing the railway tracks which have slipped as a result of robust move of water below the rail culvert in Parvati river. As soon as the slipped tracks are introduced again to regular situation, the motion of trains might be began on this route solely after being utterly happy after checking the alignment of the tracks.

As a result of stress of water on the railway bridge over Parvati river close to Kumbhraj station in Ruthiya-Maksi rail part on Kota-Guna route of West-Central Railway, railway tracks had slipped from their positions. After this, the work of repairing the tracks was began on a big scale by stopping the rail site visitors on this part, which can take a day or two extra to finish, however it can take two to a few days for rail site visitors to return to regular. may.

In the meantime, some trains have been diverted as a consequence of slipping of tracks on the Parvati river culvert. In accordance with Priyanka Dixit, Senior DCM, Bhopal Railway Division, some passenger trains have been brief terminated, whereas some others are being run on the modified route. Trains going in the direction of Indore-Ujjain through Kumbhraj-Binaganj are being despatched to Indore-Ujjain through Guna from Ruthiai. Practice quantity 22983 Kota-Indore in Kota Division was additionally returned yesterday from Ruthiai itself.

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