Rajkot to Morbi Demu Train via Wankaner

Indian Railways started a new train between Rajkot to Morbi via Wankaner. It is one of the commitments by the Railway Minister in the Rail Budget 2013-2014. It was started yesterday from Rajkot to Morbi via Wankaner. This train was inaugurated by the Member of Parliament (M.P.) of Rajkot constitution Kuwarjibhai Bavalia in the presence of Indian Railways top level officers i.e. Divisional Railway Manager, Junior Engineer, Station Master and others.

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This train was demanded for so many years. It was also announced in the Railways Budget 2013-2014 and the finally demo train was started yesterday from Rajkot. Still passengers and people of the region is not happy due to the awkward timing of the train. The train will leave Rajkot from the early morning for Morbi via Wankaner City Station. While it will be back (return) from Morbi junction in the evening for Rajkot via Wankaner City Station. Local people use “Demo Train” word instead of “Demu Train”.

People have demanded reverse timing of the demu train. The most of the passengers demanded to start train from Morbi early morning which will be beneficial to students, business personnel, professionals as well as other common man. The demu train will run regularly on all days of the week. It will leave Rajkot at 07:00 AM and reach Morbi at 09:10 AM via Wankaner City Station. On the return, it will leave Morbi at 05:55 and reach Rajkot at 08:05 PM onwards.

List of Stations/Stops of Rajkot to Morbi Demu Train

Rajkot
Bileshwar
Khorana
Kanakot (Kankot)
Sindhavadar
Amarsar
Wankaner City Station
Dhuva
Makansar
Rafareshwar (Rafaleshwar)
Nazarbaug
Morbi

Related: Wankaner to Morbi Demu Train

This demu train will be so much convenient for small villages as well as up down people. Train fare is so much cheap i.e. Rs. 15 from Rajkot to Morbi. While Rajkot to Wankaner train fare is just Rs. 10, Morbi to Wankaner is also cheap i.e. Rs. 5.

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Article first published on 3rd September, 2013. Last updated on 24th October, 2014.

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