Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate several important railway projects in Gujarat through video conference on Friday and dedicate to the public the ‘Aquatics and Robotics Gallery’ and the ‘Nature Park’ located in Gujarat Science City.
The Prime Minister’s Office said on Wednesday that the newly redeveloped Gandhinagar Rajdhani railway station, converted into a large line and capable of running electric locomotives, will inaugurate the Mahesana-Varetha line and the recently converted Surendranagar-Pipavav line, the Prime Minister’s Office said on Wednesday. .
PM Modi will give green signal to these two new trains
Prime Minister Modi will flag off two new trains, Gandhinagar Rajdhani-Varanasi Superfast Express and MEMU between Gandhinagar Rajdhani and Waretha.
Airport-like facilities provided at a cost of Rs 71 crore
The Prime Minister’s Office said that Gandhinagar Rajdhani Railway Station has been modernized at a cost of Rs 71 crore and has been provided with world class facilities at par with the modern airport.
Full attention has been given to the convenience of the handicapped
Special ticket windows, ramps, lifts and secure parking have been arranged for the convenience of the differently-abled. The entire building has been designed as a green building.
With theme lighting, the station will have a five star hotel
According to the Prime Minister’s Office, state-of-the-art theme-based lighting arrangements have been made at the station, in which 32 themes have been prescribed, while the station premises will also have a five-star hotel.
Aquatic animals brought from around the world in gallery tanks
The tanks in the state-of-the-art Aquatic Gallery house a variety of aquatic creatures brought in from around the world, while the main tank houses sharks imported from around the world. A 28 meter long walk-way tunnel has also been built to give a special experience to the visitors.
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