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PM Modi introduces New Rewari-New Madar WDFC area, banners off world’s first super load holder train

New Delhi : Executive Narendra Modi on Thursday devoted the 306-km New Rewari-New Madar segment of the Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (WDFC) to the country. Through video-conferencing, Modi likewise hailed off the world’s first super load long stretch 1.5-km-long compartment train pulled by electric footing from New Ateli-New Kishangarh.

On this event, the Prime Minister stated, “The ‘mahayagya’ to modernize the nation’s framework today picked up another energy.” This committed cargo hallway project is being viewed as a distinct advantage for India in the 21st century, said Modi . “After the difficult work of the last five to six years, today a major part of it (project) has become a reality,” he said. Modi additionally recorded a few activities which were devoted to the country in the last 10-12 days.

“A couple of days back, India endorsed two Made in India crown vaccines.áIndia’s own immunization has given another certainty to the comrades,” Modi said . “Today the call of each Indian is that neither do we stop, nor do we get worn out. We will all move quicker,” he said.

Haryana Governor Satyadev Narayan Arya, Rajasthan Governor Kalraj Mishra, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and different dignitaries were additionally present on this event.

The New Rewari-New Madar segment of the WDFC is arranged in Haryana (roughly 79 km in Mahendragarh and Rewari areas) and Rajasthan (around 227 km in Jaipur, Ajmer, Sikar, Nagaur and Alwar regions). It comprises of nine recently assembled DFC stations, of which six are crossing stations – New Dabla, New Bhagega, New Sri Madhopur, New Pachar Malikpur, New Sakun and New Kishangarh – while the other three at New Rewari, New Ateli and New Phulera are intersection stations.

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