NEW DELHI: Thousands gathered at the New Delhi Railway Station on Tuesday with mixed feelings of relief and apprehension, with many landing up hours before the scheduled train departure, as the railways resumed its services amid the Covid-19 induced lockdown. The railways said three special AC trains will leave the New Delhi Railway Station for Dibrugarh, Bengaluru and Bilaspur. The train to Dibrugarh in Assam left at 4.45 pm, while the one leaving for Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh departed at 4 pm. The train to Bengaluru in Karnataka will leave the station at 9.15 pm. The national transporter is taking all safety precautions like following social distancing and providing hand sanitisers to passengers to prevent the spread of the deadly disease. The resumption of train services has come as a big relief to many stranded in the national capital due to the nationwide lockdown. For 70-year-old Ram Vilas, a craftsman of gunmetal statues, the main concern is his onward journey from
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