Vaishali Superfast Express running from Barauni to New Delhi extended to Saharsa

When the broad gauge line was started from Saharsa, then the only question in mind was that when North Bihar's Rajdhani well Known as Vaishali Express will run from Saharsa. After so many years went by, but this train could not operated from Saharsa. But Yesterday the railway board has finally announced that Vaishali Express to be extended up to Saharsa and the train can run from 5th March, but there is no official announcement of date. 
Train number 12553/12554 Superfast Vaishali Express will run from Saharsa. The date of its run has not been scheduled. Because of the extension of this train, the maintenance of Janseva Express will be done in Amritsar. The Vaishali Express will depart from Saharsa at 6:00 AM in the morning and Barauni will arrive at 9:10 AM and will depart for New Delhi from its old scheduled timing.
Vaishali Express is a daily superfast train service, connecting Barauni in East Central India to New Delhi. This train is one of the oldest train of this route. Earlier it was known as Jayanti Jayanta Express. It is the first train after Bhopal Express to be certified for quality at the ISO 9000 level. 
Vaishali Express was awarded ISO 9000 on 1 May 2012. It connects the major cities of Bihar and UP like Muzaffarpur, Chhapra, Siwan, Deoria, Gorakhpur, Kanpur Central, Lucknow, Gonda & Basti with the national capital New Delhi. The aged ICF coaches of the train were replaced with LHB coaches during first week of May 2018, increasing its speed limit to 130 kilometres per hour.
Vaishali Superfast Express running from Barauni to New Delhi extended to Saharsa Vaishali Superfast Express running from Barauni to New Delhi extended to Saharsa Reviewed by SHERE KHOJRAHA on March 02, 2019 Rating: 5

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