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PM Modi to inaugurate Major Railway Infrastructure Projects Worth Rs. 41,000 Crores

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision for transforming India’s railway infrastructure into world-class amenities is taking a significant stride forward with the inauguration of numerous projects aimed at enhancing passenger experience and connectivity across the nation.

One of the key initiatives is the redevelopment of 553 railway stations under the Amrit Bharat Station Scheme, spanning 27 states and Union Territories, with an investment exceeding Rs. 19,000 crores. These stations, designed to serve as vibrant ‘City Centres,’ will offer modern passenger amenities such as roof plazas, landscaping, intermodal connectivity, food courts, and kid’s play areas. Inspired by local culture and heritage, the stations will also prioritize environmental and Divyang-friendly features.

In addition, the Prime Minister will inaugurate the Gomti Nagar station in Uttar Pradesh, revamped at a cost of approximately Rs. 385 crores. This centrally air-conditioned station boasts segregated arrival and departure facilities, congestion-free circulation, food courts, and ample parking space, aligning with the vision of providing top-notch facilities to passengers.

Furthermore, Prime Minister Modi will lay the foundation stone, inaugurate, and dedicate 1500 Road Over Bridges and Underpasses across 24 states and Union Territories, with a collective investment of around Rs. 21,520 crores. These projects aim to alleviate congestion, enhance safety and connectivity, and bolster the efficiency of rail travel nationwide.

The unveiling of these transformative railway infrastructure projects underscores the government’s commitment to modernizing and expanding India’s transportation network, fostering economic growth, and improving the quality of life for its citizens. Prime Minister Modi’s leadership continues to propel the nation towards a brighter, more connected future.

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