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Rail Budget 2018-19 FM’s Area of Focus: Security, CCTV Coverage, New Projects


Rail Budget 2018-19

Rail Budget 2018: Finance Minister in his Union Budget today has release Rail Budget for the Financial Year 2018-19. In this Rail Budget 2018-19 FM’s Area of Focus are Security, CCTV Coverage and New Projects.

According to this most of this money will be spent on capacity expansion, since that is the most important priority for railways right now. A target of doubling 18000 Kms line and gauge conversion is underway to remove ability constraints, FM Jaitley said for Railway Budget 2018.

FM’s Area of Focus: Security, CCTV Coverage, New Projects:

According to the Speech of finance minister, New world-class train set are being manufactured, dedicated freight corridors are coming up and electrification is being taken up as a priority task. Indian Railways is expected to explore other avenues to raise funding for its ambitious projects, such as conversion to broad gauge and signalling automation and electrification

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Rail Budget 2018-19

11.15 AM: A government report tabled in Lok Sabha last month said that more than 35 train accidents were reported last year. The report said 29 rail accidents occurred in the first six months killing 58 people.
11.30 AM: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley says the government would set up a specialised railway university in Vadodara.
11.56 AM: Enhancing carrying capacity of railways  and focus on safety will be priority of the government
11.58 AM: Redevelopment of 600 major railway stations has been taken up. All railways stations with more than 25,000 footfall to have escalators. All railways stations and trains to have Wi-Fi and CCTVs progressively
11.59 AM: 12,000 wagons, 5160 coaches and 700 locomotives are being procured. There is significant achievements of physical targets by Railways, says Arun Jaitley.
12.01 PM: Optimal electrification of the railway network to be focus of the government.
12.02 PM: For Indian Railways, the government allocates capital expenditure of Rs 1,48,528 crore for 2018-19, announces finance Minister, the highest ever.
12.03 PM: Foundation stone of the bullet train was laid in September 2017. An institute is coming up in Vadodara to train the manpower required for the high speed railway projects, says FM Jaitley.
12.04 PM: Mumbai transport system is being expanded; suburban network of 160 km planned for Bengaluru.
12.05 PM: Focus will be on safety, maintenance of railway tracks, increase in use of technology and fog safety devices, says Jaitley.
12.08 PM: Rs 4,253 crore has been allocated for Pune-Lonavala 3rd and 4th railway line.
12.30 PM: Confusion in Railway ministry as Budget speech pegs capex at Rs 1.48 lakh crore, while the railways was given to understand it was Rs 1.46 lakh crore. Officials looking into it.

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रेल बजट 2018-19

संसद में आज 1 फरवरी को रेल बजट पेश किया गया| साल 2018-19 में देश की रेल कैसे चलेगी। इसके बारे में कैबिनेट ने बजट को मंजूरी दे दी है। इस साल के बजट के अनुसार पटरी, गेज बदलने पर पैसे खर्च किए जाएंगे। जिसके लिए फाइनेंस मिनिस्टर ने बताया है की रेलवे के लिए 1.48 लाख करोड़ रुपए खर्च होंगे। स्टेशन पर वाई फाई और सीसीटीवी की सुविधा भी उपलब्ध की जाएगी और मुबई लोकल ट्रेन्स का दायरा भी बढ़ाया जाएगा। इसके साथ ही रेलवे स्टेशन पर एस्केलेटर लगाए जाएंगे। 3600 नई रेलवे लाईनें बिछाई जाएंगी, इस बजट में सुरक्षा, सुविधाएं और इन्फ्रा विस्तार शामिल होंगे. इस साल के रेल बजट को आम बजट के साथ पेश किया गया है | केंद्रीय वित्त राज्य मंत्री शिव प्रताप शुक्ला ने कहा है कि यह एक अच्छा बजट साबित होगा।

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