Hyderabad, Dec 15 : The South Central Railways has announced that it will run Weekly Special Trains between Hyderabad and Ajmer to clear the extra rush of passengers and for the annual ‘Urs’ at Wadi.
Accordingly, Train No 07106 Hyderabad-Ajmer Weekly Special train will leave from Hyderabad on Fridays at 9:35 PM and arrive at Secunderabad at 10:00 PM. It will halt for five minutes before leaving for Ajmer at 10:05 PM on December 24 and 31,2010. It will arrive at Ajmer at 2.30 PM on Sundays.
Train No 07105 Ajmer- Hyderabad Weekly Special train will leave Ajmer on Sundays on December 26, 2010 and on January 2,2011 at 10.45 PM and arrive at Secunderabad at 1.00 PM on Tuesdays.
Enroute, these special trains will stop at Malkajgiri, Medchal, Kamareddi, Nizamabad, Basar, Dharmabad, Mudhked, Nanded, Purna, Parbhani, Jalna, Auranagabad, Manmad, Bhusaawal, Khandawa, Itarsi, Bhopal, Sehore, Shujalpur, Berchha, Ujjain, Nagda, Kota, Bundi, Mandalgarh, Chanderia, Bhilwara, Bijaynagar and Nasirabad in both the directions.
These trains will consist of two AC-2 tier, one AC 3-tier, seven Sleeper Class and six General Second Class and two Second Class Luggage cum brake Vans totalling up to 18 coaches.
Meanwhile, the SCR has also announced the Hyderabad-Wadi –Hyderabad Passenger Special Train for the annual ‘Urs’ at Wadi.
This train will clear the extra rush of pilgrims attending 33rd traditional anniversary celebrations of the ‘Urs’ of Hazrath Khwaja Syed Mohammed Badesha Quadri Chisti-Ul-Yamani-Rahmatullahi-Alaih at Wadi.
Hyderabad-Wadi Passenger Special train will leave Hyderabad on December 20, 2010 at 11.00 AM and arrive at Wadi at 4.00 PM on the same day.
Wadi – Hyderabad Passenger Special train will leave Wadi on December 21, 2010 at 11.AM and arrive at Hyderabad at 4.00 PM on the same day.
Enroute, these Special trains will stop at Shankerpalli, Vikarabad Jn, Tandur, Seram, Malkhaid Road and Chittapur in both the directions.
These trains will consists ten General Second Class and two Second Class Luggage cum brake Vans totalling to 12 coaches.