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Dec 07 2016 (08:29)  Train services remain unaffected in Chennai (
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With the city buses staying away from the roads for the second day, the Chennai suburban train network helped those who wanted to reach the city and have a final glimpse of former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa. Barring a few private vehicles, most of the roads wore a deserted look.
Many who wanted to visit Rajaji Hall, the place where the body of the Chief Minister has been kept, walked all the way or used trains.
The roads leading to Rajaji Hall in Anna Salai were blocked in various locations. Very few autorickshaws plied
on the roads.
The MRTS stations in Chindatripet and Chepauk, the ones near Rajaji Hall, saw long queues near their ticket counters.
The Southern Railways operated train services from Chengalpattu and Tambaram to Chennai Beach.
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