PM Modi’s Virtual Attendance Vandebharat: Jamnagar-Ahmedabad Express Extended to Dwarka, Connecting Ahmedabad to Dwarka

On the upcoming 12th of March, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will virtually inaugurate and lay the foundation stones for various development projects of the Indian Railways worth Rs. 85,000 crore. As part of this initiative, seven stalls promoting indigenous products will be inaugurated at various stations under the Rajkot Division, starting from the Rajkot Railway Station. Additionally, efforts will be made to extend the Jamnagar-Ahmedabad Vandebharat train service to Dwarka, which will enhance passenger convenience.

According to available information, the decision to extend the Vandebharat train service from Jamnagar to Ahmedabad to Dwarka has been taken by the railway department. Starting from the upcoming 12th of March, the Vandebharat train will run from Dwarka to Ahmedabad every day except Wednesdays. There has been a significant demand for a daily train service between Ahmedabad and Dwarka. Currently, there is no daily train service between Ahmedabad and Dwarka, so the extension of the Vandebharat train service will benefit travelers coming from Ahmedabad to Dwarka and vice versa. This extension will make travel between Dwarka and Ahmedabad more convenient.

As per the information provided by Rajkot’s ADRM Kaushal Kumar Chobe, after the inauguration by Prime Minister Modi, train number 22926, the Okha-Ahmedabad Vandebharat train, will depart from Okha at 3:40 AM except on Wednesdays and reach Dwarka at 4:05 AM. From Dwarka, it will depart at 4:10 AM and reach Ahmedabad at 10:10 AM. Train number 22925, except on Tuesdays, will run from Ahmedabad to Okha for six days. It will depart from Ahmedabad at 6:10 PM and reach Dwarka at 12:05 AM and Okha at 12:40 AM. There are no changes in the arrival and departure timings of any stations between Jamnagar and Ahmedabad.

It has been announced that stalls promoting indigenous products have been set up at 7 stations under the Rajkot division to encourage locally made goods. These stalls feature a variety of items, including handicrafts and wooden items in Rajkot, imitation jewelry and accessories in Bhaktinagar, and handloom and dress materials, bags, and traditional sarees in Dwarka, Khambhalia, Jamnagar, Wankaner, and Surendranagar. All of these stalls will be inaugurated electronically by Prime Minister Modi.

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