Three major railway stations including Delhi will be rejuvenated, the government told the plan to invest 10 thousand crores

The Union Cabinet took three major decisions on Wednesday. It also includes rejuvenation of railway stations. Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav informed the media that the proposal of Indian Railways for redevelopment of three major railway stations – New Delhi, Ahmedabad and Mumbai has been approved. The project involves an investment of about Rs 10,000 crore. Apart from this, work is also being done on rejuvenation of 199 platforms in the country.

On Wednesday, Railway Minister Ashwin Vaishnav informed that decisions have been taken regarding the integration of railway stations. Work is being done on the rejuvenation of 199 railway stations. The Railway Minister said that under this ambitious project, platform space at railway stations would be developed. The master plan for the station has been prepared. 10 thousand crore rupees have to be invested in this.

What is government planning

The central government is moving forward towards the rejuvenation of railway stations. In this, three major railway stations have been focused under the first phase. Which includes New Delhi, Ahmedabad and Mumbai railway stations. Railway Minister Vaishnav informed that train services will be integrated with buses, auto and metro rail services at New Delhi Railway Station. At the same time, the redesign of Ahmedabad Railway Station is inspired by the Sun Temple of Modera. The Heritage Building in Mumbai will not be touched, but the surrounding buildings will be redeveloped.

Earlier, Union Minister Anurag Thakur announced that the Union Cabinet has decided to extend the PM Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PMGKAY) scheme for the next three months. Along with this, the Center has also increased the dearness allowance for central employees by 4 percent. This increase is based on the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission. The latest increase will amount to a dearness allowance of 38 per cent for central government employees.

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