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Indian Railways starts new “wake-up call” for passengers, Netizens hail the move

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A lot of passengers miss their station after falling asleep on a train journey. To help these passengers, the Indian Railways has launched a new service of “wake-up call” on mobile phones. These calls will take place half-an-hour ahead of their scheduled arrival time at the destination station.

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal tweeted, “Yatra ke dauran apne gantavya ke choot jaane ki chinta se ab Railway mukti dilayega (Railways will now help passengers get rid of their worry of missing out their destination station during the journey).”

This new service by the railways has been welcomed by social media users in India. Users who have missed their stations in the past were happy about the new service.

A user wrote, “Wow…..this is so good…I have faced very problems like that…but now I’m sleeping with easily n n without worry’s thank u sir…and also Indian railways.”

Another wrote, “Luggage ka bhi dhyaan rakhna padta hai Sir. Nahi soo sakte na…”

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