Indian Railways have always been hailed as one of the best railway networks in the entire globe. From ferrying millions of passengers on a daily basis to connecting the rest of the country with some of the highest altitude terrains of the country, Indian Railways have been the common man’s best friend when it comes to travelling. It’s economical and readily available to our service.
However, this time the Indian Railways pulled off a brilliant feat that left all of us Indian brim with pride. Union Minister of Railways and Coal Piyush Goyal recently took to his Twitter account to post a video showing how the Indian Railway ministers are doing a humongous task with ease.
A railway bridge at Bundki station on the important Nazibabad-Moradabad route in Uttar Pradesh was dismantled recently. A normal restoration or reconstruction of the entire bridge would have taken almost three months. However, being an important juncture in a greatly traveled route, this reconstruction would have paralyzed a lot of people.
Keeping the welfare of the common people in mind, the Indian Railways reconstructed the entire bridge on war-footing basis, which took just seven hours to get completed.
Railways Rebuilds Dismantled Bridge Within 7 Hours: Bridge at the Bundki station on the Nazibabad-Moradabad route in U.P. was reconstructed on a war footing basis, which would have otherwise taken 3 months to construct. pic.twitter.com/DuwTo5ljUX
— Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) January 9, 2018
And still there are and always will be certain people who would not leave a stone upturned to criticize and blame the Indian Railways for the minutest of the flaws. What do you think about the restoration? Don’t you think it was an impeccable feat to achieve on the part of the Indian Railways? Please share your views with us in the comments section below.