The Indian Railways has decided to give halts at five small stations to several long-distance trains passing through Rajasthan. The North-Western Railway has released an order regarding the halts, effective from January 1 to various long-distance trains connecting Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
The step is aimed to facilitate the daily passengers headed to bigger cities from small towns in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The trains will stop at Malhargarh, Jawad Road and Piplia railway stations of MP.
As per railway officials, Ratlam-Udaipur-Ratlam Express, Jodhpur-Indore-Jodhpur Express, Jaipur-Hyderabad-Jaipur Express and Indore-Udaipur-Indore Express trains have been given halts on their respective routes.
Train No. 19327 Ratlam – Udaipur Express will depart from Ratlam on January 3. It will arrive at Malhargarh station at 6.31 pm and depart at 6.32 pm. Similarly, train number 19328, Udaipur–Ratlam Express, will leave Udaipur on January 3 and arrive at Malhargarh station at 5:24 hrs and depart again at 5:25.