After opposition from political parties and protests by farmers, railway employees are now opposing the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet train project.
The railway workers union — National Federation of Indian Railway (NFIR), has asked the government to first prioritise work on existing train routes instead of focusing on the bullet train.
“Before running the bullet train, it is important to undertake repairs and maintenance work of the tracks across the country,” said NFIR’s national secretary M Raghavaiah. Read More
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