Doodh Duronto trains transport over 10 crore liters of milk so far from AP to Delhi

A total of 2502 milk tankers transported through 443 trips to date
Doodh Duronto trains transport over 10 crore liters of milk so far from AP to Delhi
So far, 2,502 milk tankers operated in 443 trips of these special trains transporting more than 10 Crore litres of milkPhoto - News Station Youtube

Transportation of Milk through “Doodh Duronto” special trains from Renigunta of Andhra Pradesh to the National Capital has crossed the ten crore liters mark. Right from the date of introduction on 26 March 2020, these special trains were operated by South Central Railway on an uninterrupted basis and to date, 2502 Milk tankers were transported through 443 trips.

Transportation of milk by rail from Renigunta to New Delhi has been very important and crucial to meet the essential needs of the Nation. Prior to Covid-19, milk tankers were attached to weekly Superfast Trains to cater to the milk needs of the people in New Delhi and surrounding regions. When Lockdown was implemented in the country, to supplement the cause, South Central Railway has started this concept of operating “Doodh Duronto” special trains by exclusively attaching Milk tankers. The Zone has been running these trains on par with Mail express trains by covering the distance of 2300 Kms from Renigunta to H. Nizamuddin station within a reasonable 30 hours.

Doodh Duronto specials are run usually with 06 milk tankers, each milk tanker having a capacity of 40,000 liters, totaling 2.40 lakh liters of milk in a train. So far, 2,502 milk tankers have been operated in 443 trips of these special trains transporting more than ten crore liters of milk. The Officials of Guntakal Division are in constant touch with the freight customers who are offering milk loading and have been attending to their requirements so that there is no hindrance in the operation of the trains. Since the introduction of this novel initiative, these trains have been operated continuously during peak Covid times. They are being continued further to balance the supply chain of the essential commodities.

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