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Vande Bharat Express: Rs 264 crore to be built on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad rail route


Vande Bharat Express News: After a cattle came under the grip of Vande Bharat Express on Thursday (December 1) between Udvada and Vapi railway station in Gujarat, the Railways has become alert. Apart from this, in view of more accidents, Western Railway is now going to build a fence on the railway route.

Western Railway on Friday (December 2) said that it will install fencing on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad rail route by May next year to prevent animals from coming on the tracks.

General Manager of Western Railway gave this information

The Mumbai-Ahmedabad Vande Bharat Express train started on September 30 and since then cattle have come under its grip four times. Western Railway has taken these incidents seriously and is determined to build a fence.

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Addressing a press conference at the railway zone headquarters at Churchgate in Mumbai, Western Railway General Manager Ashok Kumar Mishra said that tenders have been invited for fencing the 620 km long rail route. He said that an estimated Rs 264 crore would be spent on this work.

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