Video of buses being loaded on trains goes viral, know the reality?

New Delhi: Indian Railways is progressing day by day. It has set many examples over the years. Now the Ministry of Railways has taken a great initiative to send buses from one state to another, due to which the huge expenditure of transport has been curbed. A large number of buses sent to Chandigarh have been dispatched for the first time by keeping them in the train. These buses were flagged off from Doddaballapur in Bengaluru, Karnataka.

The video of this initiative is becoming fiercely viral on social media. The Ministry of Railways has shared a video of buses being taken by train, in which passenger buses were flagged from Bengaluru to Chandigarh by train for the first time. Thus the Indian Railways has emphasized on a new sub-division of cargo. In a video that surfaced on the indigenous micro-blogging platform Koo app, trains are seen running with buses on railway tracks. The Railway Ministry itself has given this information. The Ministry of Railways has written while doing Koo that 'Bus in the train !! Indian Railways has captured a new stream of freight traffic by transporting passenger buses for the first time from Doddaballapur in Bengaluru, Karnataka to Chandigarh.

Even the Union Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has shared a very interesting video, in which the train is seen taking a large number of buses. Buses on the train! Transport of passenger buses for the first time. Ashok Leyland buses were carried by Indian Railways from Doddaballapur to Chandigarh by train for the use of Himachal Road Transport Corporation. Railways is trying to leave an unmatched mark on the history of railways through some new projects. Thus, for the first time in history, such a large number of buses are travelling thousands of miles without running on the road. These buses belong to Himachal Road Transport Corporation, which have been sent to Chandigarh for the first time through train transport. In this way, Indian Railways has captured a new stream of freight traffic by transporting passenger buses for the first time.

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