Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express skips halt at Andheri station; Western Railway orders probe
The train operated by railway PSU IRCTC was given an unscheduled halt at Dadar so that passengers could alight, officials said
Mumbai: The Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express on Sunday skipped its halt at Andheri station, inconveniencing 42 passengers who had to alight there, Western Railway officials said.
The train, operated by railway PSU IRCTC, was then given an unscheduled halt at Dadar so that these passengers could alight, and an inquiry has been initiated into the lapse, they said.
Andheri is a temporary two-minute halt for the train till 29 March.
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