Vande Bharat Express Start: Prime Minister Modi virtually inaugurated the Vande Bharat Express for the first time in Bengal –

Vande Bharat Express Start: The journey of Bande Bharat Express started from Howrah. Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated this train at 11:40 on Friday. The Prime Minister inaugurated this train virtually from Ahmedabad. With the launch of this train, a major milestone was established on the railway map of Eastern India. Because, earlier, although a total of 6 Vande Bharat Expresses were launched across the country, this is the first Vande Bharat Express for Kolkata and East India. A special stage was set up for the opening ceremony at platform number 23.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the train Howrah-NGP Vande Bharat Express by showing the green flag on this day. In this context, he said, “The country is celebrating 75 years of independence. In this year, a promise was taken to launch 400 Vande Bharat Express. One of them was launched from Howrah today.” Mamata Banerjee.

Vande Bharat Express departs from platform number 22 of Howrah station on this day’s occasion. Union Railway Minister Ashwini Kumar Vaishnab was present on the stage of the event. Governor was CV Anand Bose. Besides, the Chief Minister of the state Mamata Banerjee was also present at the inauguration ceremony. But he did not get on stage that day. Seeing Mamata Banerjee, the Chief Minister got angry when the BJP supporters chanted Jai Shriram. At last he was sitting in the chair next to the stage.

Bande Bharat Express starts

Although the Vande Bharat Express started running for the first time on Friday, it will be operational for passengers from January 1. Booking has started from 30th December. The train inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi will stop at a total of 18 stations. For the first day only, the train will halt at Dankuni, Kamarkundu, Mashagram, Shaktigarh, Burdwan, Khana, Bolpur, Ahmedpur, Saithia, Rampurhat, Chatra, New Farakka, Malda Town, Mukuria Junction, Barsoi, Kishanganj, Aluabari Road on the Howrah-NJP route.

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