DELHI: The Indore-Jammu Malwa Express will go upto Katra station from June for the convenience of pilgrims visiting the Mata Vaishno Devi shrine.
The train will depart from Jammu station at 4.25 pm to reach Katra station at 6.25 pm the same day, reports PTI.
“It has been decided to extend the Indore-Jammu-Indore Malwa Express train to Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra station from June 1 for the convenience of passengers,” said a senior Northern Railway official.
In the return journey, the train will depart from Katra at 6.45 am and reach Jammu at 8.35 am the same day.
It will depart from Jammu at 9.00 am for its onward journey to Indore.
The train will stop at Bajalta, Sangar, Manwal, Ramnagar and Udhampur stations enroute in both directions.