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Posted: Nov 19 2016 (22:41)
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Other NewsNov 19 2016 (12:10) I spent childhood on rail platforms, I want to transform this sector: Modi
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called upon Railways to run on track of "gati" (speed) and "pragati" (progress) both, as this is essential in a technology-driven century. Mr Modi was addressing the opening day of Rail Vikas Shivir (Rail Development camp) at Surajkund through video conferencing today. Calling the Indian Railways to change with changing times, the PM said the century has changed and with it the systems in the Railways must also change. "I am confident the team that we have today, can achieve this". There was a need for Railways to develop and become financially strong so that it would benefit the country and specially those working for the organisation, Mr Modi said. Referring to the merging of Railway Budget into the General Budget, the Prime Minister said the focus of the government on Railway Budget was never politics and "we have worked towards a paradigm shift in the...
Nov 19 2016 (22:41)
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Today Road sector is carrying that freight also which should ideally be carried by Railways and drastically increasing the logistics costs of our country, much to the detriment of national economy.
But still the investment being done in the rail network expansion is much lesser than the investment in the road sector expansion, which is much more fuel inefficient and environmentally damaging.
So the IR with chocked/ saturated network shall continue to lose its market share and get more and more sidelined and shall be devoid of its due place in...
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