President Murmu Odisha Visit: President Murmu is going to visit Odisha today and along with this she will also flag off three new trains. The Governor is also included in this program of the President.
President Murmu Odisha Visit: President Draupadi Murma will flag off all three trains from Badampahar station on Tuesday i.e. this morning. Also, the Governor is going to join her in this program. She is reaching her native village for the second time after becoming the President.
All of them will participate in the program
In this work, Governor Raghuvar Das, Union Education and Skill Development Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, Railways and Information Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnay, Union Minister of State for Jal Shakti and Tribal Affairs Vishweshwar Tudu along with General Manager of Railways Anil Kumar Mishra, DRM of Chakradharpur Division were present. Many senior officers including Arun J Rathore will be present.
During the program on Tuesday, the President will also lay the foundation stone for the redevelopment of Badanpahar station and other passenger facilities under the Amrit Bharat Scheme. Apart from this, various projects will be started by the Ministry of Tribal Affairs including the new postal division in Rairangpur.
As you all know that after Murman became the President, the railway administration is developing the Badampahar section. This includes many schemes including redevelopment of many stations, doubling of railway lines, 100 percent electrification, increase in passenger facilities, increasing the length and height of platforms.
Today President Murma will give the green flag
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A new plan will be revealed to the people
Let us tell you that very soon a plan is going to be revealed to the people. The railway administration is planning to soon connect Badampahar with the Puri line of the East Coast zone. For this, the officials had conducted an inspection last year and sent the report to the Railway Board. At present there is no station beyond Badampahar, hence work is being done to connect the said line to Baripada or any other station.