Yangon circular train resumes operation

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Rail lines are blocked by barbed wires.

Myanma Railways has stopped operations, including Yangon circular train, for various reasons. Five RBE carriages resumed operation at 8:35 am from Insein railway station yesterday.
That circular train ran to Yangon railway station, Mingalardon railway station and arrived back at Insein station at 11:50 am.
During this operation, the concrete sleepers, old rail track, stones, logs and barbed wire were found on the railway track between Gyogon and Thamine Myothit stations, Thamine Myothit and Thamine stations, Kamayut and Hledan stations, and the crossroads of Kamayut and Ywarma Kyaung Lan stations, between Paywat Sake Kone and Okkalapa stations and in the compound of Insein DRC locomotive station. The security forces, MR officials and local people collectively removed these roadblocks and the train successfully operated for the passengers.
The cases will be opened against the unscrupulous perpetrators who made destructive elements at respective township police stations to take action under the law.
The MR is also making arrangements to resume the operations of circular trains daily as before.—MNA

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