There is good news for the people of Madhya Pradesh. Actually, Madhya Pradesh is going to get its first Vande Bharat Express train soon. According to the reports coming out, the government will soon flag off the 11th Vande Bharat train.

It is expected that the Vande Bharat train will start running between Jabalpur-Indore from the last week of March. This will be the first Vande Bharat for Madhya Pradesh. Let us tell that Vande Bharat Express is currently running on 10 routes.

PM Modi will show the green flag!

According to the information coming out, the preparations for running the Vande Bharat train by the Jabalpur Railway Division have almost been completed. Vande Bharat train rakes will be maintained in the coaching yard of Jabalpur. Quoting sources, it is being told in the media report that in the beginning of April, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can show it the green signal. The train will have a stoppage at Bhopal’s Rani Kamlapati railway station. Let us tell that this train was to be flagged off in the month of February itself, but due to its launch in Maharashtra, it got delayed. An investment of Rs 100 crore has been made on the construction of a train maintenance center in Bhopal.

Vande Bharat Express is becoming the first choice of people

It is noteworthy that the fastest running Vande Bharat Express of Indian Railways is now becoming the first choice of rail passengers. This semi-high-speed train is equipped with world-class facilities. Vande Bharat Express can run faster than other trains running in the country. Talking about the features of Vande Bharat Express, the maximum speed of the train is 180 kmph. Due to safety reasons, the train is currently being operated with a maximum speed of 130 kmph.


The design of this train also makes it special. Which is more modern and angular than the boxy, muscular trains of the Indian Railways. The dual color scheme of white and blue is also attractive. Also, the raised nose of the engine is like high-speed trains from other countries. It catches the speed of 0-100 kmph in just 52 seconds, while other trains in the world take up to 60 seconds.

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