The Indian Railways is unable to meet the demands from the passenger segment, VK Yadav, Chairman Railway Board said today, pointing out the capacity constraints of the national transporter. Yadav said that the loss of revenue in the passenger segment is adversely affecting the freight services .
“I have no hesitation in accepting that we are not able to cope up with the demand in the passenger segment, and even in freight,” Yadav said at the CII Rail Connect conference here on Wednesday.
Yadav said that land acquisition and forest clearances remain the biggest roadblocks for completion of projects. Read More
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