Services were affected on Rohtak-Delhi section's Sapala-Karaward stations and four trains were cancelled due to the ongoing Jat agitation. (Press Trust of India file photo)
Northern Western Railway today cancelled four trains and partially cancelled two others as it diverted another 10 on Rohtak-Delhi section, in the wake of the ongoing protest by Jat community seeking reservation in government jobs and educational institutes.
Services were affected on Rohtak-Delhi section's Sapala-Karaward stations and four trains were cancelled, the NWR Public Relation Officer said.
Bhatinda-Delhi Kisan Express, Delhi-Bhatinda Express, Tilak Bridge-Sirsa Express were cancelled today and Sirsa-Tilak Bridge Express would remain cancelled tomorrow (February 17), he said.
Hisar-Gorakhpur Express, and Gorakhpur-Hisar Express trains have been partially cancelled, and passengers have been advised to follow railway inquiry.
10 other trains on Kanpur-Bhiwani, Delhi-Srigangangar, Nander-Sriganganagar, Tinsukhia-Lalgarh, Howrah-Sriganganagar, Delhi-SaraiRohilla- Bikaner, Srigangangar-Nander, Bhiwani-Kanpur Central, Sriganganagar-Howrah, and Lalgarh-New Tinsukia have been diverted on other routes, the PRO said.