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Do online shopping with heart this Diwali! Railway will deliver your goods to you soon

In view of the festival season, the Indian Railways is preparing a plan for online shoppers. Under this plan, Raille, the goods booked by you, will deliver to you soon. In fact, Indian Railways is sending products of e-commerce companies soon by putting parcel vans in its premium trains. Recently, such an experiment was carried out in the Mumbai Rajdhani Special Train Number 02951, the premium train of the railway running between Mumbai Central (Mumbai Central) to New Delhi (New Delhi). Please tell that this is a high speed train of the railway.

This can also be used in Rajdhani trains
The Railways has now shipped products of e-commerce companies from Mumbai Capital of Western Railway. But given the availability of orders, in the coming days, other Rajdhani trains can also do such experiments. If seen, sending goods by Rajdhani trains is somewhat expensive, but e-commerce companies have to deliver their products to customers soon, they can book and send their goods through Rajdhani trains.

Steps taken to increase the income of railway farmers
In order to increase the income of farmers, access of agricultural produce to the markets, and to provide cheaper fruits and vegetables to the consumers, the government decided to run a farmer special train. So far, four farmer trains have been flagged off. The first farmer train of the country was started on 7 August between Devlali in Maharashtra to Danapur in Bihar. After this, on 9 September, the second farmer train was run from Anantapur in Andhra Pradesh to Adarshnagar in Delhi. Then the third farmer train was run from Bengaluru to Hazrat Nizamuddin of Delhi. At the same time, today the fourth farmer train was sent from Nagpur to Adarshnagar in Delhi.

Common people will get cheap fruit and vegetables
On 13 October late evening, Kisan announced a 50 percent subsidy on the transportation of notified vegetables and fruits via rail. Railways on Wednesday sent the fourth Kisan Special train from Nagpur to Adarshnagar in Delhi. Earlier, farmer trains are also being run between Devlali in Maharashtra, Danapur in Bihar, Anantapur in Andhra Pradesh and Adarshnagar in Delhi and Bengaluru to Delhi. Through these trains, the Center wants to increase the income of the farmers and provide cheap fruits and vegetables to the common people.

The central government included mango, banana, guava, kiwi, lychee, papaya, seasonal, orange, kinu, lemon, pineapple, pomegranate, jackfruit, sev, almond, onla, pasan fruit and pears in the 50 percent subsidy on transport. is. At the same time, a provision has been made to provide immediate subsidy to the farmers on the transport of French bean, bitter gourd, brinjal, capsicum, carrot, cauliflower, green chilli, okra, cucumber, peas, garlic, onion, potato and tomato.

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