Indian Railways provides a car ride for students if his train is cancelled in Gujarat


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Railways booked a car for a student going from Ekta Ngar railway station to Vadodara. This is more than a two-hour drive and was in response to the cancellation of his train because of heavy rains.

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Indian Railways offered an unbelievable service to an Aerospace Engineering student from IIT Madras. He was taken by car from Ekta Nagar railway station in Madras to Vadodara station. It took him over two hours to get there after his train was cancelled due to heavy rains.

Satyam Gadhvi booked a train ticket for travel from Ekta Nagar, Vadodara to Chennai. The train was cancelled after some tracks linking Ekta Nagar and Vadodara were washed away by heavy rains.

The railway officials then hired a car for the student, so he could get the train to Vadodara.

“The train that I booked was supposed to depart from Ekta Nagar but as the tracks were washed out because of the rains, the train was cancelled at the last moment. Ekta Nagar’s very helpful staff rented a car to me. This shows how much importance they are giving to each and every passenger of railways,” Gadhvi said.

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