Indian Railways redevelops the Sogaria Railway station in Rajasthan
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Indian Railways redevelops the Sogaria Railway station in Rajasthan

Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla is set to inaugurate the revamped Sogaria Railway Station Rajasthan.

As per the Railway Ministry, certain passenger facilities will be launched at the redeveloped Sogaria Railway Station, Bundi railway station, Kota railway station, Ramganj Mandi railway station and Dakaniya Talav railway station. Similarly, Kota – Jhalawar City, Kota – Bina – Kota, Kota – Nagda- Kota MEMU train services will be launched and flagged off.

The redeveloped Sogaria railway station, well equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and beautified with Rajasthani art, is an essential railway station of the West Central Railway zone.

Sogaria is situated near Kota, Rajasthan. Sogaria railway station of Kota Division under West Central Railways has been rebuilt by the national transporter and Rail Vikas Nigam (RVNL) to imbibe the wonderful beauty of cultural heritage and local arts with state-of-the-art facilities. The beautiful façade of this recently redeveloped station displays Rajasthani art and cultural heritage.

In West Central Railways, different types of train information display boards have additionally been set up at Bundi railway station, Kota railway station, Ramganj Mandi railway station and Dakaniya Talav railway station of Kota division, extending the passenger facilities. All these display boards are digital and IP based systems. These boards are provided with efficient LED lights.

Along with this, three new MEMU train services, Kota – Jhalawar City, Kota – Bina – Kota, Kota – Nagda- Kota, will additionally be launched in the Kota Division of West Central Railways. With these MEMU train services, passengers will obtain the latest facilities for secure, efficient and fast travel. Besides, as per the ministry, local businesses and industries will grow, and there will be ease of movement for everyday commuters.

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Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla is set to inaugurate the revamped Sogaria Railway Station Rajasthan. As per the Railway Ministry, certain passenger facilities will be launched at the redeveloped Sogaria Railway Station, Bundi railway station, Kota railway station, Ramganj Mandi railway station and Dakaniya Talav railway station. Similarly, Kota – Jhalawar City, Kota – Bina – Kota, Kota – Nagda- Kota MEMU train services will be launched and flagged off. The redeveloped Sogaria railway station, well equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and beautified with Rajasthani art, is an essential railway station of the West Central Railway zone. Sogaria is situated near Kota, Rajasthan. Sogaria railway station of Kota Division under West Central Railways has been rebuilt by the national transporter and Rail Vikas Nigam (RVNL) to imbibe the wonderful beauty of cultural heritage and local arts with state-of-the-art facilities. The beautiful façade of this recently redeveloped station displays Rajasthani art and cultural heritage. In West Central Railways, different types of train information display boards have additionally been set up at Bundi railway station, Kota railway station, Ramganj Mandi railway station and Dakaniya Talav railway station of Kota division, extending the passenger facilities. All these display boards are digital and IP based systems. These boards are provided with efficient LED lights. Along with this, three new MEMU train services, Kota – Jhalawar City, Kota – Bina – Kota, Kota – Nagda- Kota, will additionally be launched in the Kota Division of West Central Railways. With these MEMU train services, passengers will obtain the latest facilities for secure, efficient and fast travel. Besides, as per the ministry, local businesses and industries will grow, and there will be ease of movement for everyday commuters. Image Source

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