After Punjab farmers suspended their agitation against the contentious farm laws for 15 days, the Railways has drawn up a tentative plan to restore 17 mail and express trains for the Punjab region from November 24.Also Read - Indian Railways Extend Run Of THESE Summer Special Trains. Chech Deets Here

“As per information received, the rail agitation is likely to be lifted in the evening of November 23. Accordingly, tentative plan for restoration of train services in Punjab area shall be as below,” said the Railways as it provided a list of trains that will be restored. Also Read - Indian Railways, IIT Madras Collaborate to Develop Make-In-India Hyperloop Transport System

“The plan is subject to track safety, clearance to be received by respective divisions from associated state government and security units,” the restoration plan prepared by Northern Railways said. Also Read - Attention Train Passengers! Now You Can Change Your Boarding Station Online After Booking Tickets. Here's How

“A total of 17 trains will be restored, including eight for Punjab area and nine for Jammu and Katra,” it said. The passenger may note that all trains will remain cancelled for Monday.

The Railways also is looking to restart operations in Punjab from November 23 with freight trains running at a limited speed, a statement released on Sunday said.

These trains will be the first set to be operated by the Railways after almost a two month suspension due to the farmers protest in the state. The Railways has said that the trains will maintain a maximum speed limit of 60kmph for security reasons.

However, 26 special trains scheduled for November 23 and 24 will remain cancelled, the Railways said.

On Saturday, the Railways had said that it would resume goods and passenger train services in Punjab following the state government’s communication that the tracks were clear for operations hours after the protesting farmers decided to allow the services to operate.

The farmers have said that the agitation will be lifted by November 23 for a period of 15 days.

(With Agency Inputs)