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West Bengal-bound train passengers stuck in Bhubaneswar

Video Credit: ANI - Duration: 02:50s - Published
West Bengal-bound train passengers stuck in Bhubaneswar

West Bengal-bound train passengers stuck in Bhubaneswar

Hundreds of passengers from various locations halted at Bhubaneswar station on July 29.

Train for West Bengal terminated due to lockdown.

People complained of zero arrangements.


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