New Train Between India, Pakistan and Bangladesh

September 26th, 2009| News.

The train moves between India, Pakistan and Bangladesh will commence shortly. India proposed about the Rail services between South Asia countries, is agreed by Pakistan and shown green signal in the matter. The proposal of Indian railways for linking three countries is agreed and technical sanction was allotted by Pakistan Railway Ministry, and circulated the same to their concern departments of Ministry of Foreign affairs and Commerce for further detailed examination. These proposals were sent to Pakistan by the Department of Indian railways only on 3 weeks back.

New Train Between India, Pakistan and Bangladesh

New Train Between India, Pakistan and Bangladesh

The experts of Pakistan said that there will be a financial benefit on linking rail between Dhaka, Delhi and Lahore. If necessary this train may be extended to the stations of Karachi and Islamabad of their country. In first phase they want to run the container trains, in second phase they want run the passengers trains. Recently the Financial Co-operative society Islamabad has made proposal to start rail services between Tehran-Istanbul. So the Indian railways got this new idea.

In Indian proposal it was mentioned clearly that in view of this linked new rail of South Asia, the International business opportunities and foreign affairs will be increased between Pakistan, and other SARC countries. In view this new rail proposal, it is explained that the train services between Nepal, Bhutan can also be organized successfully.  The experts have explained that the rail services which are going to commence shortly between South Asia counties are useful to business and they are expressing that running rail on these routs are very easy.

The British people have formed the Broad-gauge railway lines in India, and Pakistan and introduced similar maintenance style for all the lines. So technically, the existing situations are very comfort for running new link rail in South Asia.

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