The Northeast-bound Vande Bharat Express, which would run between the West Bengal and Assam railway stations of New Jalpaiguri and Guwahati, is now undergoing extensive preparations.
The Northeast Frontier Railway (NF Railway) has completed all of the last steps in preparing for the official launch.
On May 29, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will essentially raise the flag for the Northeast’s inaugural Vande Bharat Express.
Both Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and Union Minister for Railways Ashwini Vaishnaw will be present at the opening ceremony at Guwahati Railway Station.
In less than six hours, the Vande Bharat Express traveling towards the northeast will go 411 kilometers.
“It feels nice that Vande Bharat is traveling to Guwahati as well. The train is excellent, the seats are all comfortable, and the government has done a fantastic job. As a result, tourists can get to their destinations quickly. Every facility is excellent. All praise goes to the administration for the state’s ongoing development efforts, according to Bablu Singh, a local.
On May 25, the first Vande Bharat train to be inaugurated in Uttarakhand, the locally constructed Vande Bharat Express that runs between Dehradun and New Delhi, was essentially flagged off by Prime Minister Modi.
The train was developed locally and contains Kavach technology and other cutting-edge safety features. It features top-notch amenities and ushers in a new era of easy travel, especially for visitors to the state.