Tejas Class Trains will now run in India also, May be inaugurated from October 4


Tejas class train rack in India was brought to Lucknow on 30 June. The rack was then parked first at Gomtinagar and then at Aishbagh Coaching Depot. The date for the inauguration of the first private rail has finally been set in the country. Its operation will start from October 4 on the Lucknow-Delhi route. The Tejas class train will run from platform six of Lucknow Junction. Through Wi-Fi and moving talkies, the railway will facilitate the pre-load program to the passengers.

The train will be run by the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation. The train fare will be 50 percent less than the air tickets of this route. According to departmental officials, it will run six days a week, and the service will be closed on Tuesday. It will halt in Ghaziabad and Kanpur. At the same time, Mumbai Central-Ahmedabad Tejas Express is also scheduled to run.

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