India Hands Over 10 Broad-Gauge Diesel Locomotives To Bangladesh

The locomotives, flagged off from Bengal’s Gede Railway Station, was recieved by Bangladesh at Darshana

New Delhi:

India on Monday handed over 10 broad-gauge diesel locomotives to Bangladesh, strengthening the neighbouring nation’s railway infrastructure.

Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar flagged off the locomotives on-line within the presence of Railway Minister Piyush Goyal and a number of other dignitaries from throughout the border.

The locomotives, flagged off just about from Bengal’s Gede station within the Nadia district, was obtained by Bangladesh on the border station in Darshana.

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