PM’s go to postpone – The Hindu | Technoscoob


Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s scheduled go to to Secunderabad station to flag off the Vande Bharat practice and tackle a public assembly at Parade Grounds has been postpone and won’t occur on Jan. 19 as was introduced.

TS BJP president Bandi Sanjay Kumar put out single-line tweet, giving details about the postponement with out assigning any motive. Whereas occasion sources say the subsequent date might be in February, an official grapevine is that this might be superior too!

Occasion sources additionally transferred the blame to the Union Railway Ministry claiming that it had knowledgeable Union Minister for Tourism, Tradition and Growth of Northeast area G. Kishan Reddy’s workplace to make preparations for Mr. Modi’s go to to Hyderabad on January 19.

“It was a tentative programme and the Prime Minister’s workplace additionally didn’t emphatically affirm the date. The nationwide government is assembly on Jan. 16 and 17 in New Delhi and the PM has a good schedule later,” they claimed. It’s now being mentioned that House Minister Amit Shah and nationwide occasion president J.P. Nadda are prone to go to TS to take part in Lok Sabha constituency-level conferences and likewise tackle public conferences within the subsequent few weeks.

Official sources, nevertheless, are of the opinion that the occasion leaders right here had jumped the gun overeager for an one-upmanship present over the proposed PM’s public assembly and different preparations. The eighth Vande Bharat practice set within the meantime travelled from the Integral Coach Manufacturing facility (ICF) in Chennai to Visakhapatnam which lies underneath the East Coast Railway (ECoR) thought it has been “transferred” to the South Central Railway (SCR)!

The practice will begin from Visakhapatnam within the morning (5.45 a.m. – 2.15 p.m.) and attain Secunderabad (2.45 p.m. -11.15 p.m.) within the afternoon every day as soon as it’s launched and the upkeep might be by the EcoR, mentioned official sources. Halts are slated to be at Duvvada, Rajahmundry, Vijayawada, Warangal and Secunderabad for a distance of 702 km and a run time of 8.30 hours and common velocity of 82. 58 kmph.



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