PM Modi to inaugurate world-class redeveloped Rani Kamlapati Railway Station in Bhopal today


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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate the renovated Rani Kamlapati Railway Station in Bhopal to the people on November 15 during his visit.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the renovated Rani Kamlapati train station during his visit to Madhya Pradesh on November 15 (today), according to an official statement on Sunday.

The Ministry of Railways said it will also dedicate numerous railroad initiatives in the state to the people.

These include the converted and electrified Ujjain-Fatehabad Chandravatiganj broad gauge track, the third line on the Bhopal Barkhera section, the converted and electrified Matela-Nimar Kheri broad gauge track, and the electrified Guna Gwalior section.

The report says Modi will also open two new MEMU trains between Ujjain-Indore and Indore-Ujjain.

Prime Minister Modi’s itinerary on November 15

  • Arrival in Bhopal at 12:35.
  • Arrive at 13:00 for the Tribal Pride Day program on the Maidan Bhopal Jamboree.
  • PM Modi will arrive at the opening site of Rani Kamalapati Railway Station at 15:10, opening from 15:10 to 15:45.
  • Departure to Delhi from Raja Bhoj Airport at 4:20 pm.

The reconstructed Rani Kamlapati railway station, named after the brave and fearless Queen of the Kingdom of Gond, Kamalapati, is the first world-class railway station in Madhya Pradesh.

The station, redeveloped in a public-private partnership (PPP) mode, was designed as a green building with modern world-class amenities, which also took into account the ease of movement for Divanjans (people with disabilities).

The station is also designed as a hub for integrated multimodal transport.

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