Amrit Bharat Station Scheme: Biggest Exercise in Railway Infrastructure, Linking Kashmir-Kanyakumari

India is taking steps towards the goal of development; India is at the beginning of its Amrit Kal period, said the Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi. In this light, a new chapter is starting in the history of Indian Railways with Amrit Bharat Station Yojana. About 1300 major railway stations of India will now be developed as Amrit Bharat railway stations, said the PM. You can imagine that for the infrastructure of the country, for the railways, and for the common citizens of the country, this is the biggest exercise. The foundation stone of Budgam Railway Station was laid by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Redevelopment of 508 Railway Stations are being undertaken. Railways will be connected to Kashmir and Kanyakumari this financial year, the Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir Shri Manoj Sinha said. You can imagine the difference it will make. And Kashmir and Kanyakumari will not only be connected by rail but also by road, LG said. All of you know that it used to take 10 hours to come from Jammu to Srinagar. Now people are reaching easily in five hours. From Katra to Delhi a new Green Field Express Highway is being constructed. People from here will now be able to reach Delhi easily. Katra to Delhi, Srinagar to Jammu, Jammu to Katra will take just around 10 hours, informed the Lieutenant Governor. Mumbai Expressway is also getting ready in the near future. People can travel by road and rail from Mumbai to Kanyakumari. Connectivity is the biggest contributor to the development of any region, LG pointed out.

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