Indian Railways News: Good news for Santal residents, train will run soon on Pakur-Godda rail line


Indian Railways News: Amar Prakash Dwivedi, General Manager of Eastern Railway-ER Howrah, reached Pakur on Tuesday. He reached Pakur railway station in his saloon from Howrah. After reaching Pakur Railway Station, he inspected Coal Railway Siding Lotamara and Stone Railway Siding Malpahari. During this, Howrah DRM Manish Jain and Malda DRM Vikas Choubey were also present. During the inspection of Lotamara railway siding, BGR official Messi Ravindra informed about the problems being faced in the siding. After this he came to know about the problems after inspecting the Malpahari railway siding.

Train will run soon on Pakur-Godda rail line

After inspecting the railway siding, while talking to reporters at Pakur railway station premises, he told that the coal in Lotamara railway siding comes from far away. That’s why the Railways is working towards taking the railway track to the coal mines. DPR is being prepared regarding the Pakur-Godda rail line. Coal mines will be reached through this line. Passenger trains will also run in this rail line, which will greatly benefit the passengers.

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Pakur railway station will be rejuvenated

At the same time, he told that the development of Pakur railway station will be done under Amrit Bharat Yojana. Many schemes have been prepared for this. Their DPR has been prepared. Tender is in the process of finalization. With this, Pakur railway station will get a new look. Along with this, there will be a considerable increase in the facilities of the passengers. During this, Rampurhat’s DN Four Rajeev Ranjan, Pakur Station Manager Lakhiram Hembram, TI Jyotirmoyee Saha, Railway Officer Rajendra Verma and others were present.

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