Jhajjar, Buddha Khed, Julana and Pillu Kheda were among the seven stations which were set afire, 213 trains cancelled a railway spokesperson said
Passengers with confirmed tickets were informed of the cancellation of their trains through SMS, he said, adding that additional counters have been opened for refund. Besides, freight operation has also been badly hit due to the agitation, a senior railway ministry official said. He said the disruptions have caused a loss of more than Rs.200 crore to the railways.
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