What a development! Believe it or not but this is Manduadih Railway Station in Uttar Pradesh

ZeeBiz WebTeam | Jun 11, 2019, 08:13 PM IST

Indian Railways efforts to develop stations into world-class have started bearing fruits. The newly-revamped Manduadih railway station in Uttar Pradesh looks like an airport terminal. Not only does the station building make the Manduadih railway station class apart, but also all its various passenger-friendly amenities, according to an IANS report. 


Indian Railways has provided new facilities including LED lights, air-conditioned waiting lounge and stainless steel benches, besides setting up fountains to beautify the circulating areas which now has a spacious waiting area, circulating area, booking/reservation office, cafeteria, food court, waiting rooms and more. Image source: Twitter/DRM Varanasi


The Manduadih railway station also has AC lounge, AC and non-AC retiring rooms as well as dormitories. The architecture in the station premises reflects the spirit of Kashi. The station platforms are clean and shining with LED lights and LCD display panels, and the premises are well lit with LED lights and cleanliness is top-notch. Image source: Twitter/Piyush Goyal


The Manduadih railway station has eight platforms and currently, eight trains originate from the station, which will not only provide world-class international standard facility to the passengers but will also offer employment to Varanasi citizens. Image source: Twitter/Piyush Goyal


The Modi government reportedly plans to rename the revamped Manduadih station as `Banaras` railway station, as former Union Minister for railways Manoj Sinha had written a letter to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath requesting him to consider the renaming of the station. Image source: Twitter/Piyush Goyal


Varanasi, also called Banaras and Kashi, is the parliamentary constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The historic city has come alive as massive development projects have been sanctioned to the city, one of the most important religious and revered sites for Hindus. Image source: Twitter/Piyush Goyal