Resumption of basic cross-line administrations will ease traveler development, says Indian High Commission in Dhaka
The cross-line train administrations among Bangladesh and India have continued after almost two years of suspension because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Indian High Commission in Dhaka made the declaration on Twitter on Sunday.
The Maitree Express assistance between Dhaka-Kolkata began its excursion at 8:15am from Dhaka Cantonment Railway Station.
The migration cycle at the station was finished by 7:30am for upwards of 456 travelers, reports Bangla Tribune.
Then again, the Kolkata-Khulna train administration, Bandhan Express, was hailed off from Kolkata.
“Resumption of this basic cross-line administration will extraordinarily facilitate travelers’ development,” the Indian High Commission tweeted.
In the mean time, another cross-line train among Bangladesh and India, the Mitali Express, is booked to begin procedure on Wednesday.
The relentless train administration will run between New Jalpaiguri Junction (NJP), one of the biggest rail route stations in North Bengal in India, and Cantonment Railway Station in Dhaka.
Already, the Maitree Express restored the rail connect among Dhaka and Kolkata in 2008 in the wake of being shut for quite some time.
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