Hyderabad: Rail services have been restored in Kacheguda Railway Station today, following the collision of MMTS train and Hundry express that happened on November 11.

In an official statement released by the South-Central Railway, it was declared that the railway track is fit for normal rail traffic from today. The derailed coaches of Lingampally-Falaknuma MMTS and Kurnool city Secunderabad Hundry express were cleared from the rails. However, speed restrictions have been imposed on both up and down lines in Kacheguda yard.

It was also announced that long-distance express trains will be running on the normal route from Kacheguda to Kurnool side. However, the departure timings for some trains have been revised as follows:

Train number 12875 from Kacheguda to Mysuru, which is scheduled to depart on 19.05 hours, has been rescheduled to leave Kacheguda at 22.05 hours.

Train number 17603 from Kacheguda to Yeswantpur, which is scheduled to depart on 21.05 hours has been rescheduled to 23.05 hours.

Train number 17625 from Kacheguda to Repalle, has been rescheduled to leave from Secunderabad at 00.10 hours on November 13, instead of 22.10 hours on November 12.

Trains cancelled

As per the latest release from South-Central Railway, the following trains have been cancelled.

Trains Accident

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