PM Modi To Flag Off Two Amrit Bharat And Six Vande Bharat Trains From Ayodhya Tomorrow
Lucknow, December 29 (TNA) Prime Minister Narendra Modi will flag off Ayodhya-Anand Bihar Vande Bharat and Delhi-Darbhanga Amrit Bharat train and other trains through virtual medium from Ayodhya Dham railway station on Saturday. Along with this, he will also inaugurate the new building complex of the station. As per the program released by the Railways, the ceremony will start at 11 am.
As per the list by Railways, the Prime Minister will flag off the Ayodhya-Darbhanga (NR) and Malna Town-Bengaluru (ER) Amrit Bharat trains. Apart from this, it operates on Ayodhya-Anand Bihar Terminal (NR), Coimbatore-Bengaluru (SR), Mangaluru-Madgaon (SR), Jalna-Mumbai (SCR), Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Katra-Delhi (NR) and Amritsar-Delhi (NR). Bharat will flag off the train through video conferencing.
Along with this, he will inaugurate the new building and other works of the station constructed under Phase One in Ayodhya. Railway Board's Telecom Director Dharmendra Singh has given instructions to install video conferencing system on December 29.
Vande Bharat and Amrit Bharat Express will reach Ayodhya on Friday. Of these, Vande Bharat will be stationed at Ayodhya Cantt and Amrit Bharat at Darshannagar railway station. Trial of both trains will also take place on Friday itself. On the first day, pass holders will be given free travel till Lucknow. According to railway officials, the schedule of these trains will be decided soon, only after this the common people will be able to travel in it.
Both the trains will stop at Ayodhya Dham Junction on Saturday morning itself. Railways plans that common people can also see this train from inside and outside. Invitations are being given for this. For this, Railways is issuing passes to a limited number of people. Their verification is also being done from security point of view.
At the same time, on the day of inauguration, media persons along with common people will be given free travel by train till Lucknow, arrangements for their return are also being made by the Railways. Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav will reach Ayodhya Dham railway station on Friday. He will take stock of the preparations. According to railway officials, he will welcome Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the station on Saturday.