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4G spectrum for Indian Railways gets Cabinet nod

The signalling system is to be up-to-date, and the automatic train protection is enhanced by the Indian Railways, through the implementation of a collision avoidance system

After a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime minister Narendra Modi, the Union Government on Wednesday announced that the Indian railways will now have to be equipped with 4G mobile spectrum for communication, and also thus replacing the existing 2G and decrease more than that of the communication channels. He also added that the government is going to improve the automatic train protection mechanism in India, assign them to a train collision prevention system, in order to ensure the safety of passengers.

Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said at a press conference in Moscow that up until now, the railway tracks, the use of optical fibers for communications, but for now, it is a modern day, the number of applications in the railway, communications, and with the help of the installation, it is possible to establish real-time communication. This will greatly improve the safety and greatly improve the quality of the railway line.

And he said, adding that the signaling pathways of the train, which is currently being updated.

Javadekar added that, the automatic train protection and the strengthening of the Indian railways, through the implementation of a collision avoidance system.

4G spectrum for Indian Railways gets Cabinet nod
4G spectrum for Indian Railways gets Cabinet nod

He added saying that as a point of pride for India is that this collision avoidance system, the railroad has been developed by the four Indian companies. This is a very beautiful child, Make in India campaign.

Javadekar said that the two solutions are focused on improving the security of passengers and to create a more accessible by train. He said that If they need to speed up the movement of the train, as they say, and there will be more trains on the tracks.

Within a certain period of time, and the implementation of these projects, Javadekar said, ” all this work will be completed in the next five years. He said that Ninety-six per cent of the total traffic in India is passing through a 34,000-mile-long line, and this place is going to be such a connection, and that the alarm systems to be installed over the next five years.

And he said, adding that the total expected cost of this project is around Rs 25,000 crore.

Along with this, with reference being made to the system in order to subsidize the companies that produce fertilizers, Javadekar said that the government has decided to increase the production of urea in the country also in large quantities, which would have been imported.

A Telangana-based fertilizer company named Ramagundam Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited, has taken advantage of the scheme, which ceased to exist in 2019. Javadekar said the company is expected to produce in excess of a total of 1 200 000 tons of urea every year. “This is a further step towards the Aatmanirbhar Bharat, as this will reduce the burden on urea imports,” he said, adding that the government wants to create more of these kinds of installations, the use of more reimbursement

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