Bullet train: When will India get the first bullet train, Railway Minister announced the date, know – Bullet train

Bullet Trains in India: Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnab has made a big statement about the bullet train. He said, by 2026 bullet trains will run in the country. Besides, he said, its design is taking time and all other works are being done on time. The Union Railway Minister said that the work of the bullet train is going on at a very fast pace. Let us tell you that bullet train is the dream project of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnab said about the bullet train at the Times Now Summit that it is taking time to design. He said, “You take any country where the first bullet train was built, it took time to build the first bullet train because the design was very difficult. If the bullet train runs at 320 km/hr then it takes time to control and design the system.

Ashwini Vaishnav said that the work of 110 km has been completed. He said, “Its foundation stone was laid last year and after that about 110 km work has been completed. This has happened in the last one year. If we look at the employment rate in one year, it is probably better than other countries in the world. Everything is running on time and it will continue until 2026. The design of the train is taking some time as it is being designed keeping the environment in mind. Everything else is running on time.

Shinde government has given land in BKC

And after coming to power, the Maharashtra government led by the Eknath Shinde faction of the BJP and Shiv Sena handed over land in Mumbai’s posh Bandra Kurla Complex (BKC) to the central government for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious project Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet. However, for this the National High Speed ​​Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) will have to pay almost double the cost. Please tell that Vande India also moves very fast.

In 2018, it was decided that NHSRCL would pay Rs 3,513.37 crore for the land, of which 0.9 hectares is above ground and 3.3 hectares below ground. However, in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde last month, MMRDA demanded Rs 8,889.72 crore from NHSRCL. Of this, Rs 4,387.98 crore is over 1.52 hectares above ground and 3.32 hectares below ground.

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