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Nov 29 2016 (12:11)  Another EMU train from Palwal to New Delhi (www.dailypioneer.com)
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Posted by: Jayashree ❖ Amita*^  36167 news posts
Union Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu on Sunday announced that another EMU train would be started from Palwal to New Delhi. Besides, the EMU trains originating at Palwal would be extended till Hodal, said the Union  Minister while speaking before laying the foundation stone of work to develop Palwal Railway Station as model railway station in Palwal. He also dedicated to the people the fourth railway line between Palwal and Asaoti stations, two new platforms namely 1A and B with modern route relay interlocking and LED light system at Palwal station. He said that the Central Government is providing three times the amount that was provided during previous Governments for development of railways in Haryana. The Railway Minister said that work is being carried out in a planned manner to tackle any obstacles that might be faced by Indian Railways in future. Work is underway to make Delhi-Kolkata and Delhi-Mumbai railway lines...
from Delhi to Kolkata capable of carrying trains with speed of 220 km per hour. Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, recently launched the scheme for fourth railway line from Mathura to Palwal. Work is being carried out on fourth railway line from Asaoti to Tughlakabad at a cost of `192 crore, he added. The Union Minister also assured to consider the demand for starting shatabdi from Mathura to Kurukshetra and halt at Palwal for some express trains, raised by Union Mos for Social Justice and Empowerment, Krishan Pal.
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