Rail Set For Kurtha-Jayanagar To Arrive Nepal On Friday

The Rail Set including enginer and coaches to run the railway service from Kurtha in Dhanusha district in Nepal to Jayanagar in India would arrive Nepal on Friday.

According to the Director General of Department of Railways Balaram Mishra, the rail set was ready to be brought to Nepal which would eventually arrive Nepal if there were no issues turn up during the process.

Since the process is to be forwarded as per the mutual understanding of India and Nepal, there was likelihood of legal issues arising during the process. All the hurdles have been cleared as of now, according to Mishra.

The Kurtha-Jaynagar Railway measuring 35 kilometres in length section was constructed with the technical and financial support of India. The railway is likely to come into operation after Dashain and Tihar festivals.

The rail set was procured from the Konkan Company in India. Meanwhile, the Bill relating to Railways is currently under deliberations in the parliament.

Source: RSS, Photo: RSS