Prime Minister Modi said the day has brought new opportunities for farmers, entrepreneurs, NCR, Haryana and Rajasthan businessmen. Dedicated freight corridors are east or west, not just modern freight train routes.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today inaugurated the 306 km long Rewari-Mother section of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC) via video conference. Prime Minister Modi also displayed the flag of the world’s first double stack long-hole long-hole container train powered by electric traction during the event. On this occasion, Prime Minister Modi in his speech said that the great sacrifice for the modernization of the country’s infrastructure has gained a new momentum today. This Dedicated Freight Corridor project is being seen as a game changer for India in the 21st century. After the hard work of the last 5-6 years, a large part of it has become a reality.
Recently, more than Tk 16,000 crore has been transferred directly to farmers’ accounts through modern digital infrastructure. According to BJP Twitter, Prime Minister Modi further said that the country’s debut in the new year is good. So the next time is going to be fantastic and lively too. With the launch of the 1.5 km long freight train from New Attlee to New Kishangarh, India today is making its presence felt in several countries around the world.
Today has brought new opportunities for traders
Today has brought new opportunities for farmers, entrepreneurs, NCR, Haryana and Rajasthan businessmen. Dedicated freight corridors are east or west, not just modern freight train routes. These are the corridors of rapid development of the country. Today, infrastructure work in India is going on simultaneously on two tracks. One track is leading to individual development and the other track is giving new impetus to the country’s growth engine.
Work on this change has gained momentum over the years
Prime Minister Modi further said that earlier there was a flurry of complaints on the railways starting from booking at the end of the journey. There is a demand for cleanliness, timely train movement, facilities, safety and changes in railways at every level. Work on this change has gained momentum over the years. The investment in widening the rail network over the years is unprecedented. This has widened the perimeter of Indian Railways and also increased the speed of trains. The creation of the newly dedicated freight corridor will not only reduce traffic congestion on the Indian rail network, but also reduce transportation costs and increase freight capacity.