Indian Railways Set to Run Special Trains from Delhi and Mumbai for World Cup Finale
In an effort to ease the burden of high airfares for fans, the railways are offering seats in these special trains at significantly lower prices ranging from Rs 620 to Rs 3,490.
Indian Railways has announced plans to run special trains from Delhi and Mumbai to Ahmedabad for cricket fans planning to watch the ICC World Cup 2023 final match. The trains are scheduled to depart on Saturday evening and arrive in Ahmedabad on Sunday morning. In an effort to ease the burden of high airfares for fans, the railways are offering seats in these special trains at significantly lower prices ranging from Rs 620 to Rs 3,490.
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On the Delhi-Ahmedabad route, one special train will be run, while three special trains will run from Mumbai to Ahmedabad. The move is aimed at facilitating the movement of cricket enthusiasts to the venue of the much-anticipated match.The Central Railway zone will be in charge of a special train carrying cricket-loving passengers to the match.
The train will depart from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) at 10.30 pm on 18.11.2023 and will arrive in Ahmedabad at 06.40 am the next day. It will leave Ahmedabad at 01.45 am on 20.11.2023 and reach CSMT at 10.35 am the same day.Read Also : Bank of Baroda launches sixth part of Baroda Kisan Pakhwada
Reservations for these special trains are now open on the IRCTC website. The trains are expected to provide relief to cricket fans who are eagerly waiting to watch the final match between India and Australia at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on Sunday.
India will be heading into the final match after an impressive unbeaten streak in the tournament, with Virat Kohli reaching a significant milestone and Shami leading the bowling efforts in the semi-finals against New Zealand. With the railways' special arrangements, fans have a chance to cheer their team in person and be a part of this historic event.Read Also : IIM Lucknow Triumphs in NTPC Electron Regional Finals, Followed by IIT BHU and IIT Kanpur
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