Vande Bharat Train Sleeper Version Railways Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw Shares Pictures Of This Concept Train
Vande Bharat Train Sleeper Version: Indian Railways is soon bringing a concept train. Actually, soon Vande Bharat Express train is going to be equipped with state-of-the-art sleeper bogies. Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav on Tuesday (October 3) shared pictures giving a glimpse of the sleeper version of Vande Bharat train on social media platform X.
The Railway Minister said in his post that the sleeper version of the concept train Vande Bharat is coming soon in early 2024. The pictures shared by the Railway Minister show that the Vande Bharat sleeper train will have T-tier and three-tier options. The design of sleeper berth is completely different from Rajdhani or other premium trains.
The first Vande Bharat train ran 4 years ago
Let us tell you that the first Vande Bharat Express between New Delhi and Varanasi was flagged off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 15 February 2019. The Vande Bharat train is manufactured at the Integral Coach Factory (ICF) in Chennai, showcasing India’s ‘Make in India’ initiative and also showcasing the engineering prowess of the country.
Indian Railways introduced a concept on October 1, under which the bogies of Vande Bharat train will be cleaned in just 14 minutes. This concept is an example of Japan’s bullet train model, where trains are cleaned in just seven minutes.
200 cities will be connected by Vande Bharat train by the middle of next year
Let us tell you that Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav had said in a press conference in Delhi in the beginning of June this year that by the end of the month Vande Bharat trains will start covering all the states. Along with this, he had said that a target has been set to connect 200 cities with Vande Bharat train by the middle of next year. He had told that the production work of these trains is going on at a fast pace.
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