India’s first-since forever load holder train for fare to Bangladesh showed up at the Integrated Check Post (ICP) in West Bengal’s Petrapole from Kolkata’s Majerhat Railway Station today, S Guleria, according to the the Deputy Inspector General, Border Security Force (BSF) of the South Bengal Frontier.
As per the announcement, the train is the first of its sort to fare to Bangladesh going through a Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) compartment cargo station, Majerhat, Kolkata, and Petrapole in India to Benapole in Bangladesh. The train, with the motor number 16557R A/W, had 50 holders and ended for around 25 minutes on the zero line for train migration customs. “The train is outfitted with an electronic payload global positioning framework (ECTS) and the holders are electronically fixed and followed by the Transecur organization. MGH Group Private Limited is engaged with an agreement with Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) to run this train,” the announcement said.