The Indian Railways is all set to endow millions of pilgrims visiting the holy shrine of Vaishnodevi with the sparkling gift of its launch Vande Bharat Express Train.
Ushering with its leap, it will commence its journey between New Delhi and Katra during Navratras.
Vinod K. Yadav, Chairman, Indian Railways board remarked that the Delhi Katra Vande Bharat train trials have been terminated.
He also mentioned that the routes from Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah will be ready by December 2021 and also that, by the end of 2022, 40 Vande Bharat trains will be operating.
He named it a ‘Make in India’ project and asserted the inevitable significance of transparency.
Owing to the change in technical specifications and lack of transparency, the production of Vande Bharat Express was delayed, Chairman further added.
Commencing its journey from New Delhi junction at 6 am, the train will reach Katra at 2 pm the same day.
The train will reach Ambala junction at 8.10 am, Ludhiana junction at 9.22 am and Jammu Tawi at 12.40 pm.
A span of two minutes will be the stoppage time at each of the station.
Source: Zee News | Image: Catch News