PM Modi to visit Madhya Pradesh on 27th June

PM Modi to visit Madhya Pradesh on 27th June

PM to flag off five Vande Bharat Express at Rani Kamalapati Railway Station

Vande Bharat Express to be introduced between Bhopal (Rani Kamalapati)-Indore, Bhopal (Rani Kamalapati)-Jabalpur, Ranchi-Patna, Dharwad-Bengaluru and Goa (Madgaon)-Mumbai

Goa, Bihar and Jhakhand to get Vande Bharat train connectivity for the first time

Trains to provide world class experience to passengers and provide boost to tourism

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will visit Madhya Pradesh on 27th June, 2023.

At around 10:30 AM, Prime Minister will reach Rani Kamalapati Railway Station and flag off five Vande Bharat Trains. The five Vande Bharat trains are : Bhopal (Rani Kamalapati)-Indore Vande Bharat Express; Bhopal (Rani Kamalapati)-Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express; Ranchi-Patna Vande Bharat Express; Dharwad-Bengaluru Vande Bharat Express and Goa (Madgaon)-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express.

Bhopal (Rani Kamalapati)-Indore Vande Bharat Express will facilitate easy and fast travel between two important cities of Madhya Pradesh and will improve connectivity of the cultural, tourist and religious places in the region.

Bhopal (Rani Kamalapati) – Jabalpur Vande Bharat Express will connect Mahakaushal Region (Jabalpur) to the Central Region (Bhopal) of Madhya Pradesh. Also, tourist places in the region will also be benefitted by improved connectivity.

Ranchi-Patna Vande Bharat Express will be the first Vande Bharat for Jharkhand and Bihar. Enhancing connectivity between Patna and Ranchi, the train will be a boon for tourists, students and businessmen.

Dharwad–Bengaluru Vande Bharat Express will connect important cities in Karnataka – Dharwad and Hubballi with State Capital Bengaluru. It will immensely benefit tourists, students, industrialists etc in the region.

Goa (Madgaon)-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express will be Goa’s first Vande Bharat Express. It will run between Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus and Goa’s Madgaon station and help in boosting tourism in both Goa and Maharashtra.

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