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Important railway infrastructure tasks to proceed amid Covid-19 pandemic – india information


Important infrastructure tasks of the Indian railways together with excessive velocity corridors, the devoted freight corridors, signalling tasks or tasks for launching new trains won’t be impacted by the Railway Board order to maintain all new work sanctioned for 2020-21 fiscal in abeyance in a bid to rationalize value within the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.

Hindustan Occasions on Thursday reported that the nationwide service plans to placed on maintain new infrastructure tasks sanctioned within the present monetary yr aside from these associated to security work, based on a Railway Board order issued on Tuesday. The ministry has clarified that the order won’t have an effect on any ongoing important infrastructure tasks of the railways. “Ministry of Railways has to abide by the directions of the ministry of finance. Nonetheless, enough sources exist and have been provisioned for to make sure that wheels of progress and modernization proceed to maneuver at fast velocity. The order will not be going to impression any of important infrastructure tasks of Railways. It’s not going to impression our mission of 100% electrification of routes, doubling tracks, any of railway excessive velocity corridors or DFCCIL, important signalling tasks, tasks to launch new trendy trains/locomotives, passenger facilities or any mission to boost security,” the ministry instructed HT.

“It might be famous that there is no such thing as a discount in capital expenditure for infra works. The complete capex could be utilised. Ministry of finance order won’t to impression railways’ large infrastructure improvement program,” the ministry added. The order issued by the railway board refers to a directive issued by the finance ministry in June on authorities spending within the yr.

In a communication despatched to all zones and public sector undertakings (PSU) on Tuesday, the railway board mentioned tasks that have been beforehand accredited however have made insignificant progress “shall be stored frozen until additional orders besides these that are basically required for protected working of trains”.

The board has instructed zonal railways to evaluate all tasks already accredited by them.

“Exemption for sanction of works that are thought of important and inescapable can be obtained from the ministry of finance,” the order added.

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