50 Amrit Bharat trains can run on the track this year...

Every effort is being made to improve and develop indian Railways. Many trains are being introduced, from Vande Bharat to Amrit Bharat. Vande Bharat train has been introduced to make the journey easy and smooth. Today Vande Bharat train departs from many places in India. A plan is being made at the government level to ensure that Vande Bharat train reaches all major cities. 

Ashwini Vaishnav has been made the Railway minister in the third term of the narendra modi government. Therefore, it is expected that more gifts of new trains can be received. The government plans to start 50 Amrit Bharat trains this financial year. Currently, two Amrit trains are being run by the government and the railways. The first train runs on the Darbhanga-Anand vihar route and the second on the Malda-Bengaluru route. Due to this, the travel of many people has become easier and better.

Need to improve railways

Just before the elections, Railway minister ashwini Vaishnav had said that in the coming time, there is a plan to run about 1000 trains like Amrit Bharat so that people can travel comfortably. Recently, a lot of crowds has been seen in trains at many places and during elections, due to which passengers were very upset, but the arrival of the Amrit Bharat train will ease the travel of people to a great extent. indian Railways is going to start a new train i.e. "Vande Metro" for intercity travel with an operating speed of 130 km per hour, which will connect long-distance cities. This will make traveling between two cities very easy. Coaches have been made for this. It can be started only after the order of the government. 

Let us tell you that there is a lot of need for improvement in indian Railways. The number of people traveling is more than trains. During festivals and festivals, there is no space left even to step in the train, people have to travel in a lot of trouble. This has been seen many times. Keeping these things in mind, the government is also trying to take steps for the development of railways.

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