Gowda inspected trains and the cleanliness in the trains. The minister also travelled to Mysore where he interacted with passengers and asked about their problems.

In Mysore, Gowda inspected canteen, waiting halls, ticket counters and other facilities at the railway station.

 It is worth mentioning that he Narendra Modi government's maiden Rail Budget will be discussed by both Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha on Monday.

Already effected a steep 14.2 percent hike in June, the Railway budget, which was presented on July 08, spared passengers of any revision in fares and freight rates.

Union Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda presented his maiden budget and had said that he plans to power railway PSU resources by bringing in their investible funds in infrastructure projects.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, described the Railway Budget as ‘futuristic and growth-oriented and said it will speed up the country's development.

The PM called it a budget for common people as it aspires for better service, speed and safety with focus on development of the country.


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