Indian Railways' subsidiary, IRCTC has decided to suspend services of the three private trains that it runs until the 30th of April. Initially, the booking was stalled till the end of the 21-day lockdown, but now it has been extended. This includes the Kashi Mahakal Express which plies on the Varanasi-Indore route, the Lucknow-New Delhi and the Ahmedabad-Mumbai Tejas Express. The decision has been taken given the coronavirus situation in the country. Passengers, who booked tickets on the three trains, will get full refund, reportedly.