At the Gandhinagar train station, Prime Minister Narendra Modi signaled the departure of the Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express.
At the Gandhinagar train station on Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi signaled the departure of the Gandhinagar-Mumbai Vande Bharat Express. On the second day of his visit to Gujarat, on Friday, he will open phase I of the Ahmedabad Metro train project and also introduce a number of initiatives totaling Rs 7,200 crore.
At roughly 10.25 am, Modi signaled the Vande Bharat Express to depart from Gandhinagar Capital. Additionally, he rode the train from Gandhinagar to Ahmedabad’s Kalupur station.
Vande Bharat: Phase One
The ambitious and much anticipated phase one of the Rs 12,925 crore Ahmedabad Metro project will be officially opened by the prime minister from Kalupur station, according to a state government press release.
Around midday, he is expected to address a sizable crowd at the Doordarshan Centre in Thaltej after boarding a metro train at the Kalupur station, according to the statement.
The PM will arrive at Ambaji town in the Banaskantha district in the evening to officially launch several projects totaling Rs 7,200 crore. The announcement further stated that after speaking to a crowd, he will lead an aarti at the well-known Ambaji temple.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is in power and has dominated Gujarat. Modi’s home state, for almost three decades, is putting forth all of its energy to win the next Assembly elections.
The VANDE BHARAT EXPRESS
According to Western Railway, the Vande Bharat Superfast Express would travel six days a week between Mumbai Central and Gandhinagar stations. The train will depart Mumbai Central at 6.10 am and reach Gandhinagar at 12.30 pm.
According to the press announcement, it would leave Gandhinagar at 2:05 and arrive in Mumbai Central at 8:35. It will halt at Surat, Vadodara, and Ahmedabad stations in both ways.