On June 27, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will simultaneously unveil five new Vande Bharat Express trains.
These semi-high-speed railroads, manufactured by ICF in accordance with the Make in India policy, will connect cities throughout the nation. These trains will operate on routes including Goa-Mumbai, Patna-Ranchi, Bhopal-Indore, Bhopal-Jabalpur, and Bangalore-Hubli-Dharwad, according to official Ministry of Railways sources.
With the addition of these additional trains, there will be a total of 23 Vande Bharat trains operating on the country’s rail network. The addition of these trains will increase the convenience of rail travel for the residents of these cities, providing them with a modern and convenient mode of transportation.
Modi will inaugurate five Vande Bharat trains
The Vande Bharat Express trains are renowned for their modern conveniences, which include luxurious seating, sophisticated safety features, and improved passenger services. These trains are designed to operate at a moderate rate of pace, enhancing connectivity and decreasing travel time between cities.
The initiative of the Indian Railways to introduce these five new Vande Bharat Express trains demonstrates the government’s commitment to bolstering the railway infrastructure and expanding citizens’ travel options.
It is anticipated that the introduction of these new Vande Bharat Express trains on additional routes will stimulate tourism, commerce, and economic growth in the regions they serve. It will also provide a substantial boost to the ‘Make in India’ initiative, as these trains are produced domestically and contribute to the expansion of the country’s manufacturing sector.