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Address: Pataleshwar Road, Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh 480001, India

Station Code: CWA


Zone: SECR/South East Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 67

Station Traffic: Medium

Address: Amla, Madhya Pradesh, India

Station Code: AMLA

Station Name: AMLA JN

Zone: CR/Central

Train Frequency Weekly: 185

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General Manager’s Safety Award for 6 Staff of Central Railway

General Manager’s Safety Award for 6 Staff of Central Railway
Shri Anil Kumar Lahoti, General Manager, Central Railway gave away “General Manager’s Safety Award” to 6 Central Railway staff i.e. 2 from Mumbai and 1 each from Pune, Nagpur, Bhusaval and Solapur Divisions. The awards were given in appreciation of their alertness during duty, their contribution in averting untoward incidents and ensuring safety in train operations during the month of October/November 2022 in a function held at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai o­n 05.12.2022. The award consists of a medal, commendation certificate, a citation of exemplary safety work and a cash award of ₹ 2000.
*Mumbai Division*
Shri Dinesh Chand Meena, Loco Pilot/Goods Kalyan/Mumbai Division and Shri Sudhanshu Parashar, Assistant Loco Pilot Neral/Mumbai Division while working Train 52106 Up Matheran-Neral narrow gauge train o­n 30.10.2022 saw a piece of iron sleeper lying o­n the track between Aman Lodge and Water Pipe Station and brought the train to a halt before the obstruction by applying emergency brake. o­n moving forward after removing the obstruction from the track again saw some pieces of GI sheet, etc., the train was stopped again and the obstruction was removed after which the train moved towards the destination. Due to their alertness a potentially serious accident was averted. Shri Dinesh Chand Meena, born o­n 15.08.1987 has put in 10 years of service in Railways. Shri Sudhanshu Parashar, born o­n 10.06.1995 has put in 10 months of service in Railways.
*Pune Division*
Shri Komal Astkar, Loco Pilot Pune/Pune Division o­n 20.11.2022, after passing Rahimatpur station while working train no.22685 Dn, heard unusual sound, stopped the train at next station Koregaon and informed all concerned. Rail fracture was found o­n examination. Due to his alertness a potentially serious accident was averted. Shri Komal Astkar, born o­n 25.06.1978 has put in 20 years of service in Railways.
*Nagpur Division*
Shri Nitish Adlak, Assistant Loco Pilot Amla /Nagpur Division o­n 07.11.2022, at Dharkhoh station, while doing duty o­n a banker standing in the loop line, saw the CBC coupling, of a wagon of a goods train standing o­n the main line, cracked and hanging slightly. He immediately informed all concerned. The goods train was dispatched after welding. Due to his alertness a potentially serious accident was averted. Shri Nitish Adlak, born o­n 17.10.1989 has put in 5 years of service in Railways.

*Bhusaval Division*
Shri Neeraj Kumar, Assistant Loco Pilot Bhusaval/Bhusaval Division o­n 05.11.2022 in train 18030 Up (Shalimar-LTT Express) saw smoke emanating from VPH attached to the engine during checking of loco after stopping at Nashik Road station, informed all concerned. VPH was detached from the train and fire was doused fire extinguishers in coordination with the station staff. Due to his alertness, the fire could not spread to other coaches of the train, thereby averting a potentially serious accident. Shri Neeraj Kumar, born o­n 03.06.1985 has put in 6 years of service in Railways.
*Solapur Division*
Shri Somnath, Technician, Wadi/Solapur Division during rolling-in-examination at Wadi station o­n 15.10.2022, found all wheels of brake van was skidding of a goods train, It was sent to sick line. Due to the alertness of Somnath a possible accident was averted. Shri Somnath, born o­n 22.07.1968 has put in 28 years of service in Railways.
Shri Anil Kumar Lahoti, while addressing o­n the occasion said that the awardees have done a commendable job and such 24 x 7 alertness shown by the railway staff for safer working will motivate others and sincerely work towards the safety of passengers.
Shri Alok Singh, Additional General Manager, Shri D Y Naik, Principal Chief Safety Officer, Shri Mukul Jain, Principal Chief Operations Manager, Shri Rajesh Arora, Principal Chief Engineer, Shri N P Singh, Principal Chief Electrical Engineer, Shri Sunil Kumar, Principal Chief Mechanical Engineer and other Principal Heads of Departments of Central Railway were present o­n the occasion and Divisional Railway Managers of all the Divisions joined the event virtually.
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Date: December 06, 2022
PR No.2022/12/17
This press release is issued by the Public Relations Department, Central Railway, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai.

(Shivaji Sutar)
Chief Public Relations Officer


PR No. 720 - Shri Raosaheb Patil Danve, Hon’ble Minister of State for Railways & Shri Devendra Fadnavis, Hon’ble Deputy CM/Maharashtra Flags-off Train Service from Akola to Akot

Shri Raosaheb Patil Danve, Hon’ble Minister of State for Railways, Coal & Mines, Government of India and Shri Devendra Fadnavis, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister, Maharashtra State flagged off Train No. 07718 Akola – Akot train service o­n the new broad gauge section through remote video link today i.e., 23rd November, 2022. Smt. Sangeeta Nandkishor Adhau, Hon’ble President, Zilla Parishad, Akola; Hon’ble Members of Legislative Council – Dr. Ranjit Patil & Shri Vasant Khandelwal; Hon’ble Members of Legislative Assembly – Shri Randhir Sawarkar, Shri Prakash Bharsakale and Shri Harish Pimpale were present o­n the occasion. Shri Amol Mitkari, Hon’ble Member of Legislative Council participated in the program through video conferencing. Shri Upinder Singh, Divisional Railway Manager, Nanded Division and other senior Railway officials were also present.

Speaking o­n the occasion, Shri Raosaheb Patil Danve stated that, the Union Government is committed towards the overall development of Maharashtra State and is undertaking several initiatives in this direction. He informed that the new board gauge line between Akola – Akot is completed with an estimated cost of Rs. 626 cr and the gauge conversion works in Akot – Khandwa section are under fast progress. He stated that o­nce the entire new broad gauge line from Akola to Khandwa is completed, it will provide direct connectivity to important cities in Central and Northern India.

Further, Shri Raosaheb Patil Danve stated that the Government has allocated Rs. 11,000 crores for the development of Maharashtra state. He stated that under the leadership of Shri Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister, Indian Railways is being developed o­n par with International standards. In this direction, it is decided to redevelop 200 Railway stations and operate Vande Bharat train services between various destinations across the Nation. Five Vande Bharat trains have already been flagged off by the Hon’ble Prime Minister, he added. Further, he stated that the Samrudhi Mahamarg (Mumbai – Nagpur Expressway and Bullet train projects), an important project undertaken by the Government will immensely benefit the people of Marathwada, Vidarbha and North Maharashtra region.

Addressing the gathering, Shri Devendra Fadnavis stated that the introduction of train services from today in the new Akola – Akot Broad Gauge section marks a major milestone in provision of Rail facilities in the region. He stated that the efforts of Shri Raosaheb Patil Danve helped to start the shuttle train services between Akola – Akot. He stated that o­nce the entire project is completed, it will provide direct and seamless long-distance rail connectivity for Vidarbha region to Southern, Western and Northern parts of the Country. Further, he also informed that the Central Government is giving 50% share to infrastructure projects, which is facilitating completion of various pending projects.

Indian Railways has been converting erstwhile meter gauge sections into uniform broad gauge sections. Accordingly, the Akola – Khandwa Gauge Conversion project has been taken up as part of the Ratlam – Mhow – Khandwa – Akola gauge Conversion project.

Salient Features of the Project:

Ø Akola - Khandwa project has been initially sanctioned for a distance of 174 Km with an estimated cost of Rs. 2,072 Crore.

Ø This project covers Akola & Amravathi Districts in Maharastra States and Burhanpur & Khandwa districts of Madhya Pradesh.

Ø The execution of the project is taken up in 3 phases i.e, Akola-Akot (44 kms), Akot-Amlakhurd (77 kms) and Amlakhurd-Khandwa (53 kms).

Ø Gauge conversion works viz., laying of non-electrified broad gauge line between Akola - Akot for a distance of nearly 44 kms is completed.


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