The fifth Vande Bharat Express train is expected to be flagged off on 10 November. This train will run between Chennai-Bengaluru and Mysuru. Earlier, recently the third and fourth Vande Bharat Express has been flagged off.
New Delhi: The country's fifth Vande Bharat Express is ready to run on the track. According to sources, this train is expected to be flagged off on November 10. This train will run between Chennai-Bengaluru and Mysuru. According to the information, this train will cover a distance of about 483 km.
Recently the third and fourth Vande Bharat has been shown the green signal
Indian Railways has recently started the country's third and fourth Vande Bharat Express. The third Vande Bharat is running between Ahmedabad to Mumbai. At the same time, the fourth Vande Bharat Express has started between Una and Delhi in Himachal. Elections in Gujarat and Himachal are due later this year. It is believed that in view of the elections, these two states have got the gift of Vande Bharat. Elections are going to be held in Karnataka next year.
PM Modi had flagged off the fourth Vande Bharat in Una
Prime Minister Narendra Modi flagged off the country's fourth Vande Bharat Express train from Amb Andaura railway station in Una district of Himachal Pradesh on Thursday. This train will reduce the travel time between Una, Chandigarh and New Delhi and is equipped with advanced safety features. Earlier, PM Modi had flagged off the third Vande Bharat train from Ahmedabad. This train runs between Mumbai and Ahmedabad.
The first Vande Bharat Express ran between Varanasi Delhi
The country's first Vande Bharat train was started between Varanasi and Delhi. The second Vande Bharat runs between Delhi and Katra. After these two, the third and fourth Vande Bharat trains have started recently. At the same time, the fifth train is also ready to run on the track. The passengers travelling in this train cover the distance from one place to another in a very short time.