Narendra Modi back with big bang in Mumbai; 22 special trains details

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Mumbai, Dec 20: Prime Minister (PM) candidate of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) -- Narendra Modi is going to hold a mega rally in Mumbai on Sunday, Dec 22. The Dream City has been decked up to welcome the star politician of the country. 22 special trains have been allotted in Mumbai where Modi and BJP supporters will gather from across the country.

According to sources, BJP leaders in Mumbai called upon people from many places across Maharashtra including Solapur, Latur, Amravati, Parli, Dhamangaon, Aurangabad, Bhusawal, Nasik, Nagpur, Balharshah Junction and other places in the state.

BJP chief of Mumbai unit -- Ashish Shelar was quoted as saying, "If the schedule of other trains would have been affected, then railways wouldn't have given permission. Also, we are in touch with the local police and other authorities to ensure smooth transportation from railway stations for our supporters."

All special trains will cover important stations in Mumbai on Dec 22

All special trains, according to sources, will cover important stations like Thane, Lokmanya Tilak Terminus, Dadar and Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) on CR, and Bandra Terminus and Mumbai Central on WR.

Both Central Railway (CR) and Western Railway (WR) will operate special trains, connecting other special trains run by other railway zones in the neighbouring states.

This means that if people are coming from Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Madhya Pradesh, they will alight at the above stations and board these special trains run by CR and WR. According to a report published by NDTV,

12 Number of trains being run by CR for the event. 10 Number of trains being run by WR for the event. 44 Number of trains being run by Indian Railways for the event CR trains. 4 trains up to Dadar. 3 trains each till CST, LTT. 2 trains will go up to Thane.

WR trains -- 4 trains up to Mumbai Central. 4 trains up to Bandra Terminus. 2 trains will go up to Dadar.

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