The Amrit Bharat train: Now semi high speed and ultra model train Vande Bharat has been started in India which is based on modern technology and is providing great facilities to the passengers. People are liking the Vande Bharat train a lot, but due to its high fare, the common man cannot travel in it.
The fare of Vande Bharat Express is much higher than normal trains. In such a situation, the Railways has taken a new initiative under which after the Vande Bharat Express, now the Amrit Bharat Express will soon be seen running on the track. For a low fare, you will get a chance to travel in a train running at a speed of 130 km per hour. The first Amrit Bharat Express will be flagged off by PM Modi on December 30.
The Common Man’s Special Train
On the coming 30th, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to flag off the country’s first Amrit Bharat Express which will start from Ayodhya. The first Amrut Bharat Express will run from Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Ayodhya to Sitamarhi in Bihar, the birthplace of Mata Sita. The main feature of this train is its high speed. This is a pull-push train, which picks up speed very quickly. The speed of the train will be 130 kmph.
Many features in the saffron color train
The Vande Bharat Express has been painted white and blue, while the Amrit Bharat Express has been painted saffron. It will have 22 coaches, of which 12 will be second class and 3 tier sleeper cars, while 8 will be general second class. The 22-coach train will have a seating capacity of 1,800 passengers. The train will have one engine each at the front and rear.
Although the fare of the train is less, but you will get to see many facilities in it. The coaches are equipped with CCTV, model toilets, water tap with sensors, announcement system like metro. The train has all the facilities like mobile chargers and bottle holders.
How much will be charged
Amrit Bharat Express has been started by the Railways keeping in mind the general public and the people of the lower income group. So the cost will be much lower. This train has been started by the Railways keeping in mind the low income group people of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, the working class, migrant labourers. Therefore, it has been decided that its fare will be in the budget.