Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, who wants to “bring the charm back to train travel”, feels there is no alternative to pressing ahead with the modernisation of Indian railways, and politics should not be seen in everything ranging from the bullet train project to Davos visit of the prime minister and other ministers.
Goyal, who was here to participate in the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting from January 22-26 and took the first hand experience of travelling in the famous mountain rail on his way back from Davos, said his aim remains to bring back the charm of train travel in India.
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