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         Posted on :20:53:43 Dec 7, 2017
       Last edited on:20:53:43 Dec 7, 2017
         Tags: Fishermen protest, Several trains, Thiruvanan

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Fishermen from Tamil Nadu have intensified their protest, seeking the government to find out people who had gone missing in the sea following Ockhi cyclone.

As protesters blocked the rail track, many trains from Thiruvananthapuram were cancelled either completely or partially.
This was informed by Thiruvananthapuram Railway officials.

At Tamil Nadu Kuzhithura station itself, about 5000 fishermen went to block the train. The trains were cancelled as the strike was getting stronger.

Trains cancelled completely
56317- Kochuveli-Nagercoil passenger
22628- Thiruvananthapuram-Thiruchirapally Inter-City Express
66305- Kanyakumari-Kollam Memu
Partially cancelled trains
22627- Thiruchirappally-Thiruvananthapuram Inter-City Express (cancelled between Nagercoil and Thiruvananthapuram
66304- Kollam-Kanyakumari Memu (Cancelled between Neyyattinkara and Kanyakumari)
56304- Nagercoil-Kottayam passenger (Cancelled between Ireniyal and Thiruvananthapuram)

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