Enthused after the success of India’s first privately-run train by IRCTC, the Centre is mulling over a proposal to allow other corporates to commence luxury rail-road services on over 30 routes around the country.
The government has formed an Empowered Group of Secretaries (EGoS), which has been tasked to prepare a feasibility plan which will include terms and conditions on financial details and other requirements to operate such operations.
The proposal envisages allowing corporate entities to bid to run luxury and semi-luxury trains. Read more
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