Railway launches Rs.4,500 cr projects in UP

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    The Railways has launched projects involving Rs.4,500 crore in Uttar Pradesh, minister of state for railways Rajen Gohain said that Rs.3938.78 crore rail projects are currently underway catering to the areas in and around the Varanasi city and Rs.616.91 crore are as of now being implemented in the municipal limits of the city. He listed various projects being undertaken by the Railways, including a third line between Varanasi and Mughalsarai with a sub structure of two lines on the 16.72 km Maliya Bridge. This is a new project included in budget 2017-18 involving an investment of Rs.2005 crore. Construction work on 17 bridges across rail stations, worth Rs.14 crore is in progress in the Varanasi division while earth ridge work and ballast supply are underway in the 122-km Varanasi-Madhosingh-Allahabad stretch at a cost of Rs.750.56 crore. In addition to this, railway is re-modeling yards, construction of new platforms, beautification, augmentation of passenger amenities such as waiting halls and approach roads are being carried out at an investment of Rs.560 crore.
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