Cancel Trains List 17th Octobe
150 trains will be canceled on October 17 – If you are going to travel by train on Monday i.e. 17th October, then make sure to check the status of your train before leaving for the journey. Actually, Railways has canceled 150 trains on October 17, 2022.
According to the Indian Railways website NTES (National Train Inquiry System), along with the cancellation of 150 trains on Saturday, the source station of 27 trains has also been changed.
These states will be affected:
Passengers traveling on October 17 must check the status of their trains before leaving home. Due to the cancellation of so many trains, a large number of passengers across the country may have to face problems.
Explain that the cancellation and other changes in the schedule of trains will affect many states including Haryana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, New Delhi, Punjab, Assam, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Bihar.
Trains getting canceled due to this:
In view of the ongoing track repair and construction works in different zones across the country, the Railways has been continuously canceling trains for the last several days.
On October 16, the Railways had canceled about 203 trains. Passengers are advised to inquire on railway helpline 139 to keep themselves updated about the status of their train.
Apart from this, you can also check the status of your train by visiting the railway website https://enquiry.indianrail.gov.in/.
Check this way, what is the status of your train:
1- To check whether your train has been canceled or any change has been made in its source, you must first go to the railway website enquiry.indianrail.gov.in.
2- After this you will see the option of Exceptional Trains on the right side of the site. Click on it.
3- After clicking on it, you will first get the option of Canceled Trains. Click on it.
4- After clicking on this option, you have to select the date of your journey on the option with train start date.
5- As soon as you select it, a list of fully canceled and partially canceled trains will appear in front of you.