Belagavi to Mumbai & Hyderabad Daily Train’s Demand was tabled by RS MP Iranana Kadadi on Tuesday
Belagavi to Mumbai & Hyderabad Daily Train: Member of Parliament Rajya Sabha, Belagavi Shri Iranna Kadadi tabled the Demand for a Daily Train between Belagavi to Mumbai and also Belagavi to Hyderabad in Rajya Sabha on Tuesday.
He stated Belagavi is one of the Major Cities of Karnataka.
Regarding this, the starting of daily train service from Belagavi to Mumbai and Hyderabad is need of the hour. Belagavi is a technologically and culturally important city and thousands of commuters travel to Mumbai and Hyderabad every day for the purpose of education, tourism, and industry, for which it takes hour to hour.
Currently, bus services and highways are available to travel to Mumbai and Hyderabad, but time is lost due to traffic. Presently there is no direct train from Belagavi to Mumbai or Hyderabad and during festivals, people have to pay double or triple the fare to travel by bus.
For the past several years, there has been a public demand that daily railway service should be started between these cities so that the people of Belagavi district, North Karnataka region, and Belagavi City can travel smoothly.
MP Iranna Kadadi Said, “I request the government through you (Chairperson Rajya Sabha) that the Ministry of Railways should immediately consider this and start rail service to connect Belagavi to Mumbai, and Hyderabad, (Important cities) which will also reduce environmental pollution and due to the high number of passengers, railways will get Revenue.
It is to be noted that Team Belagavi News and Belagavi Core Development Group Committee had approached the Honorable MP with the List of Demands. Demand for a New Train between Belagavi to Mumbai and Hyderabad (Secunderabad/Kacheguda) was also Presented to MP on which he spoke today.
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