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100 Per Cent Punctuality Of Trains Achieved For First Time: Railway Ministry

'For the first time ever in the history of Indian Railways, 100 per cent punctuality of trains has been achieved, with all trains being on time,' the Ministry of Railways said in a tweet.

100 Per Cent Punctuality Of Trains Achieved For First Time: Railway Ministry
Trains parked at Panvel Railway Station during COVID-19 lockdown 5.0, in Navi Mumbai. | PTI Photo
100 Per Cent Punctuality Of Trains Achieved For First Time: Railway Ministry
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2020-07-02T14:51:20+05:30

The Indian Railways on Thursday announced that 100 percent punctuality rate has been achieved "with all trains being on time".

"For the first time ever in the history of Indian Railways, 100 per cent punctuality of trains has been achieved, with all trains being on time," the Ministry of Railways said in a tweet. 

"The previous best was 99.54 per cent on 23.06.2020 with one train getting delayed," it further said.

Union Railway Minister, Piyush Goyal, expressing happiness at the achievement of the Railways, said, "Trains in the Fast Lane: Enhancing services to unprecedented levels, Indian Railways made history on 1st July 2020 by achieving 100% punctuality rate."

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