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Agnipath protest: Railways cancel over 500 trains

According to the Northern Railways, 71 Delhi bound commuter trains (including return services) and 18 East bound train services scheduled from different northern railway terminals were cancelled.

SNS | New Delhi |

In the wake of massive pan-India protest against the Centre’s newly introduced Agnipath scheme Agnipath, over 529 trains were cancelled on Monday.

Out of these 529 trains, 181 were mail/express trains and 348 were passenger trains. Apart from them, the Railways also partially cancelled 4 Mail Express and 6 passenger trains.

According to the Northern Railways, 71 Delhi bound commuter trains (including return services) and 18 East bound train services scheduled from different northern railway terminals were cancelled.

The Agnipath scheme, termed as a historic and transformative measure by the government, has met unprecedented levels of agitations and protests in several states across India.

The protesters have been targeting the trains and have torched several of them due to which the railways has suffered a major loss of property over the last five days.