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SRINAGAR: J&K Administration in collaboration with the Railway authorities is mulling to resume train services by February 17 after a gap of about ten months.An official of Railways said that once Government will come up with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) pertaining to COVID-19, train service will resume in J&K. He said that with stoppage of services, department has suffered losses in crores but decision was taken for well-being of people.Pertinently, train services in Jammu and Kashmir were suspended on March 19 last year after outbreak of COVID-19.Notably, Banihal-Baramulla Train services resumed on November 11, 2019 after remaining suspended for around 100 days, after abrogation of special status of erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir.
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