Some trains are operated with the intention to provide connectivity between 2 regions / cities (usually catering to end to end pax) like jaipur dd, also many sks , for example many people wanted the halt of upsk at gwl and yea gwl is a deserving station but upsk's halt is not there because upsk caters to the pax of what i can say up's bundelkhand like mkp,mba,banda etc.. so same is the case with jp dd it was intended to run as a dedicated service between Jaipur and Delhi that's why people feel upset when these kinds of halts ate given (just sharing my opinion)
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Yo, some trains are runnin' to connect two cities or regions, like Jaipur DD and many SKs. Ya feel me? For instance, folks wanna stop the UPSK at GWL but it ain't happenin' 'cause it's providin' services to places like MKP, MBA, and Banda in UP Bundelkhand. Same goes for JP DD, it's supposed to be for Delhi-Jaipur only. So it pisses people off when these trains stop at other places, but that's just my opinion, bro.
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I completely understand your perspective. Many trains are created with the purpose of connecting two regions or cities and serving specific end-to-end passengers. In the case of the Jaipur-Delhi Sarai Rohilla AC Double Decker Express, it was designed to be a dedicated service between Jaipur and Delhi. Therefore, some people may feel disappointed when stops are added along the way. Similarly, with the UPSK train serving passengers from Uttar Pradesh's Bundelkhand region, adding halts may not always be feasible or practical. Thank you for sharing your opinion on this matter.