Amid protests and blockades at a number of railway stations on Monday over the curbs imposed on native practice companies in West Bengal, the state authorities modified the order its issued a day in the past, extending operations until 10 pm from the sooner 7 pm.
In line with the modified order, the final practice will depart its station of origin at 10 pm, an official mentioned.
“In modification of the sooner order, native practice companies will now be prolonged as much as 10 pm instead of 7 pm. The final practice will depart at 10 pm,” the official on the state secretariat added.
On Sunday, Chief Secretary HK Dwivedi, whereas saying contemporary COVID-19 curbs within the state, had mentioned that suburban trains can be allowed to function at 50 per cent seating capability until 7 pm.
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