The importance of social media in today’s life is unbelievable. Today, the use of social has become crucial for developing relationships; connecting people; convey messages; and social interaction. Also, the use of social platforms is misleading. This time, wrong news clips are circulated on different social media platforms about the train cancellation after 31st March.
On Monday, the Indian Railway Ministry denied the clips and reports are available on social media that Railway is likely to cancel the special trains which are currently in operation. The Railway Ministry said that the report is purely misleading and does not base on the facts.
What Ministry Said In Its Statement about Train Cancellation?
The Ministry of Railway added to its statement that “Kindly refer to some news report in social media that Railways is going to cancel its trains which are currently operational from 31st March 2021 is purely misleading and not based on facts. There are some wrong news clips on social media. All may please be informed that the video being circulated is last year’s news being peddled today.”
The Railway Ministry also said that “Indian Railway hasn’t made any such announcement. The suburban trains and express trains currently operational will continue to operate after 31 March. They also requested that the train passengers may follow the Covid protocol while travelling.”
Earlier, Piyush Goyal (Union Railway Minister) said that the elevated railway track of 4.85 km is successfully operationalized in Rohtak. It will ease the traffic control and jam within the city as it has replaced four-level crossings in the city. The Rohtak-Gohana line project was given in the year 2018 and was expected to take up to 18 months to complete. It was approved with the aim of road safety and traffic snarls.
In addition to these, he also said that the Indian Railway under PM Narendra Modi’s government has offered more than 200 coaches as healthcare centres, over 43 lakh migrant labours were positively transported within different cities of the country through special trains, more than 2 crore free food packets and 55,000 litres of drinking water have been supplied to the needy.