Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Indian Railways: Suresh Prabhu inaugurates various rail services in Odisha and Assam to enhance passenger amenities

At the inaugural ceremony, Prabhu said that Odisha is an important state and the Indian Railways has raised investment up to 5 times for Infra Projects.
By Sandhya Dangwal | Updated: June 20, 2017 


Indian Railways


New Delhi, June 20: To enhance the train travel experience and give a fillip to connectivity in the north-eastern region of India, Minister of Railways Suresh Prabhu inaugurated various railway services in Odisha and Assam on Monday. The ceremony was held through video conferencing from Rail Bhawan on Monday. Prabhu inaugurated a new railway line between Bolagarh Road and Nayagarh Town, Nayagarh Town Railway Station Building, Passenger halt at Bolagarh Town and Passenger reservation system (PRS) counter at Kamakhya temple premises.

At the inaugural ceremony, Prabhu said that Odisha is an important state and the Indian Railways has raised investment up to 5 times for Infra Projects. He said the focus is on enhancing passenger amenities, capacity augmentation and as Odisha is a rich in mineral resources and a coastal state, it becomes an important state for development of Railways.

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