PM Narendra Modi to set foundation stone of bullet train project in September


Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to launch country’s first bullet train project in September 2017 that will work on Mumbai-Ahmedabad route.

The reports revealed that Narendra ModiĀ and Japanese counterpart will launch the base of this project during his visit to India in the month of September.

During 3rd Mail Today Tourism Summit, Jamshed stated that the construction work would prolong till five years and cited that the government was dedicated to finish the project by 2022 end.

He affirmed that bullet train project train runs at the speed of 320 km for every hour. This step of Indian Railways would turn out to be a major jump in the railways. Jamshed noticed that railroads additionally took into account almost 9 million outside passengers for each year.

He included that a 508-km extend of the venture will be altogether lifted that will spare railroads’ bothers of legitimate and ecological deferrals, inferable from land procurement.

The speed of train on Delhi-Mumbai and Delhi-Howrah route will get raised by up to 160 kmph.

Jamshed asserted that for the first time after 2006, the Railway ministry is unveiling a devoted and liberalised tourism policy that will pay attention to the complete transportation and catering requirements of tourists from every section of the society in India.