PM Modi Introducing ten new Vande Bharat trains, describes them “this is just a trailer.”

With pride, Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled ten new high-speed Vande Bharat trains on Tuesday. These trains are expected to completely transform rail travel, connecting Ahmedabad-Mumbai Central, Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam, Puri-Visakhapatnam, Mysuru-MGR Central (Chennai), Patna-Lucknow, New Jalpaiguri-Patna, Lucknow-Dehradun, Kalaburagi-Sir M Visvesvaraya Terminal Bengaluru, Ranchi, and Khajuraho-Nizamuddin (Delhi).

Speaking via video conference from Ahmedabad, Prime Minister Modi conveyed his excitement for the advancements achieved over the past ten years, adding that the work completed thus far is but a “trailer” for what is to come. He underlined how important it is for young people to get involved in determining the direction the nation and the railroad industry will go.

The prime minister declared, “The progress of the past ten years is only a trailer; I have much more to accomplish,” while laying the groundwork for multiple railway projects. He admitted that political motivations have historically been abused by post-independence governments, pointing out specifically how budgetary allocations have put financial pressure on Indian Railways. “The largest casualty of political self-interest following independence has been railroads. I wasted government money by included the railways in the budget before everyone else did. The money ought to go toward expanding the railroad,” he continued. Read Also: Cricketer Yusuf Pathan Enters the Political Arena: The TMCI’s Bold West Bengal Campaign

Speaking to the youth, Modi said, “What has been inaugurated today is for your present, and the foundation stone laid today is a guarantee for your bright future.”

The ten additional trains will travel in the following routes:

Patna-Lucknow, Ahmedabad-Mumbai Central, Secunderabad-Visakhapatnam, Lucknow-Dehradun, New Jalpaiguri-Patna, Varanasi-Delhi (Khajuraho-Nizamuddin), Mysuru-MGR Central (Chennai), and Kalaburagi-Sir M Visvesvaraya Terminal Bengaluru. At present, the Indian Railways runs forty-one Vande Bharat trains, the first of which connected Delhi and Varanasi and was inaugurated by Prime Minister Modi in 2010.

In last, PM Modi sees modernization, efficiency, and a people-centered approach as key components of Indian Railways’ future. Although the Prime Minister emphasizes that the effort has only just begun, the inauguration of these ten new Vande Bharat trains represents a crucial step towards realizing this ambition.

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