Two trains have been partially cancelled between Ernakulam - Punalur.

Trains cancelled in Kerala on Wednesday due to heavy rains heres the full list
news Transportation Wednesday, July 18, 2018 - 10:15

Incessant rains in Kerala have thrown normal life out of gear. Train services have been affected with water accumulating beneath rail bridges at Kottayam-Ettumanur section. 

The following train services are fully cancelled on Wednesday, July 18, 2018: 

  • Train No 16791 Tirunelveli-Palakkad Palaruvi express: Tirunelveli Jn 22:30 hrs, Palakkad Jn 13:20 hrs.
  • Train No 16792 Palakkad-Tirunelveli Palaruvi express: Palakkad Jn: 16:00 hrs Tirunelveli: 06:30 hrs.
  • Train No 56385 Ernakulam-Kottayam passenger: Ernakulam Jn 07:15 hrs, Kottayam 09:00 hrs.
  • Train No 56390 Kottayam-Ernakulam passenger: Kottayam 17:10 hrs, Ernakulam Jn 19:00 hrs.
  • Train No 56387 Ernakulam-Kayamkulam passenger via Kottayam:  Ernakulam Jn: 12:00 hrs, Kayamkulam Jn 14:55 hrs.
  • Train No 56388 Kayamkulam-Ernakulam passenger via Kottayam: Kayamkulam Jn 17:10 hrs, Ernakulam Jn 20:05 hrs.
  • Train No 66300 Kollam-Ernakulam MEMU via Kottayam: Kollam Jn 07:45 hrs  Ernakulam Jn 12:00 hrs.
  • Train No 66301 Ernakulam-Kollam MEMU via Kottayam: Ernakulam Jn 14:40 hrs. Kollam Jn 18:55 hrs.

Some trains have been partially cancelled between Ernakulam - Punalur: 

  • Train No 56365 Guruvayur-Punalur Passenger via Kottayam: Guruvayur 05:55 hrs, Punalur 14:37 hrs.
  • Train No 56366 Punalur-Guruvayur Passenger via Kottayam - Punalur 17:00 hrs, Guruvayur 03:10 hrs.

Meanwhile, the number of deaths reported from across the state since the onset of the second phase of the monsoon on July 9, stands at 13. 

As per the Disaster Control Room, 265 relief camps were opened on Tuesday in all districts except Kasargod, Kannur and Malappuram.

Kerala Forest Minister K Raju announced on Tuesday that immediate relief would be provided to the rain-affected people in the state. 

“The government has decided to provide assistance to people who incurred loss in rain-related havoc at the earliest. The government has already issued directives to officers concerned to immediately prepare the list of calamities incurred by each individual,” he said.

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