Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 3rd Vande Bharat Speed Train
Amaravati: Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the 3rd Vande Bharat Speed Train in the country on Friday. On this occasion, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that coaches have been prepared at the ICF in Chennai. They said that there are very skilled engineers in India, and when I was talking to them on one occasion, they said that they will manufacture and deliver a large number of coaches in the coming days. He said that his government has focused on infrastructure in the country and the results have started coming. He said that the youth has a bright future in the coming days.
Vande Bharat:- This train runs from Gandhinagar, the capital of Gujarat, to Mumbai, the capital of Maharashtra, on all days except Sunday. Vande Bharat Train-20901 leaves Mumbai Central at 6.10 AM and reaches Gandhi Nagar at 12.30 PM. Return Train-20902 departs from Gandhi Nagar at 2.05 PM and reaches Mumbai Central at 8.35 PM. Officials said that the train will have 16 coaches and can seat 1,128 passengers. He said that this train will stop only at Surat, Vadodara and Ahmedabad (three stations) between Gandhinagar and Mumbai. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced in the last Union Budget that 400 new generations Vande Bharat trains will be introduced in the country. These trains are being introduced to provide a comfortable and enhanced train travel experience for rail travelers across the country. These are targeted to be manufactured in the next 3 years. They are developed with light weight aluminum to consume less power. For this, Rs.1, 40,367.13 crores have been allotted to the Railway Department. Two Vande Bharat trains are already running in the country, in which their services are provided between New Delhi-Varanasi and New Delhi-Vaishnodevi Katra.