Mumbai: The Western Railway on Monday ordered an investigation after Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express moved past Andheri without halting at the scheduled halt. Following this, an unscheduled halt was promptly arranged at Dadar where approximately 42 passengers deboarded.Also Read - IRCTC Latest News: Railways Cancels 385 Trains Today Due To Operational Reasons, Foggy Weather

“Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express moved past Andheri today without halting as scheduled halt. The matter was brought to the notice of officials immediately and an unscheduled halt was promptly arranged at Dadar where approximately 42 passengers deboarded. The matter is being inquired,” read a statement by the Western Railway. Also Read - Video: Property Worth Crores Gutted In Fire At Powerloom Unit In Maharashtra’s Thane | Watch

Ahmedabad–Mumbai Central Tejas Express

The 82901 / 82902 Ahmedabad – Mumbai Central Tejas Express is a train on the Ahmedabad–Mumbai route. It is a semi-high speed, fully air-conditioned train Introduced by Indian Railways connecting Ahmedabad to Mumbai along with six stations named Nadiad, Vadodara, Bharuch, Surat, Vapi, and Borivali. Also Read - India Reports 2.58 Lakh New COVID Cases; Delhi, Mumbai See Decline In Infections