Delhi-Varanasi Bullet Train Project: Prime minister Narendra Modi There is bad news for the people of Varanasi’s Lok Sabha constituency. The Bullet Train Project between Delhi and Varanasi is hanging in the balance. The Railway Board has rejected the feasibility report regarding the bullet train project. The Railway Board has rejected the feasibility report due to the very winding of the Delhi-Varanasi bullet train route. The board believes that the route of the bullet train running at a speed of 350 kmph is not suitable for the project to be so curvy.
According to media reports, last week Railway Board Secretary RN Singh held a review meeting regarding the Delhi-Varanasi bullet train project, in which the feasibility report has been rejected. This feasibility report was prepared by the National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL).
In this report, it was suggested to build the Delhi-Varanasi bullet train project along with National Highway 2. The report said that building adjacent to NH-2 will help in keeping the construction cost low, while land acquisition can be done cheaply. But the technical thing came to the fore that many sections of NH-2 between Delhi-Varanasi are very curved.
In such a situation, such a winding route can prove to be very dangerous for the bullet train project. The route of the bullet train project, which runs at a speed of 350 km, should be absolutely straight. In such a situation, the Railway Board is in favor of running only Vande Bharat trains in that route.
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