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Today, PM Modi will launch the inaugural Vande Bharat Express in Uttarakhand

According to a press release, the indigenously made Vande Bharat Express, which is outfitted with cutting-edge safety measures like the Kavach technology, will be flagged off by the prime minister via video conference on Thursday.
This will be Uttarakhand's first introduction to Vande Bharat. According to a press statement from the Prime Minister's Office, it would usher in a new age of convenient travel experiences, particularly for visitors visiting the state. The connection in Uttarakhand is about to improve significantly. I shall be boarding the Vande Bharat Express between Delhi and Dehradun at 11 a.m. today. The accomplishment of completing the electrification of all train lines in Uttarakhand makes the event even more remarkable. Do participate in the program, Narendra Modi tweeted.
Indian Railways is working to fully electrify all of the nation's train networks in order to fulfill Prime Minister Modi's goal of offering cleaner modes of public transportation. He will dedicate the freshly electrified rail line sections in Uttarakhand as we go in this path.
As a result, the state's entire train line will be entirely electrified. The speed of trains will rise when they use electric propulsion on the electrified portions, increasing hauling capacity.
Pushkar Singh Dhami, the chief minister of Uttarakhand, would be present at the Vande Bharat Express train's inauguration ceremony in Dehradun, according to Senior Divisional Commercial Manager (DCM) Sudhir Singh of the Moradabad Railway Division.

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