Unloaded at Ambala, coal, salt, essentials trucked further north | India News – Times of India



AMBALA: Forty-nine rakes of coal, fertilisers, cement, salt, urea, DAP and other essential commodities bound for northern states of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh and Union territory of J&K are being unloaded in Ambala and transported further by road in trucks.
With the ongoing impasse between the protesting farmers and the Centre, the Railways has asked private companies and the agencies concerned to unload their goods rakes in parts of Haryana, including Ambala and Panipat, and transport the same by road to their destination.
Ambala senior divisional commercial manager (freight) Vivek Sharma said, “About 102 loaded rakes which were to reach the Ambala division are stuck in different parts of the country since September 23, when the agitation started in Punjab, and loading was stopped. Once space is available, the rakes will be moved to Ambala.”


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