Ayodhya’s Ramghat Halt will be functioning from January 24.


Ayodhya’s Ramghat Halt: Railway officials said the station would be home to a dozen Mainline Electric Multiple Unit, or MEMU, trains beginning January 24.

Ayodhya's Ramghat Halt will be functioning from January 24.
The renovated Ayodhya Dham railway station.

 

After years of waiting, the Ramghat Halt is finally ready to welcome visitors and guests to Ayodhya ahead of the Ram temple’s consecration ceremony.

North Eastern Railway (NER) chief public relations officer Pankaj Kumar Singh released a photograph of the refurbished station, stating that the rehabilitation work was conducted under the Amrit Bharat Station Yojna for ₹8 crore.

Railway authorities also announced that the station would host a dozen Mainline Electric Multiple Unit, or MEMU, trains beginning January 24. Meanwhile, plans are underway to expand the station so that express trains can stop here.

The station presently includes a well-furnished waiting area, restroom facilities, and an upgraded platform. During the Mahakumbh mela, trains to and from Prayagraj are also expected to increase significantly.

Meanwhile, the reconstruction of another railway station near Ayodhya Katra is underway.

Also Read: Ayodhya Ram Mandir: Government offices will be closed for half a day on January 22 for the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ celebration. Check the timing.

 


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