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In Jammu and Kashmir, the trial run of the first electric engine train with eight coaches from the Sangaldan-Khari section on the 111 long Banihal-Katra section of the Udhampur Srinagar Baramulla Rail Link (USBRL) project in Ramban district was successfully conducted yesterday. A large number of people witnessed the first electric train trail run between the Banihal-Khari-Sumbar-Sangaldan Railway Stations in Ramban district. 

The 25 KV Railway Electrification (ROCS) work between Sangaldan and Khari stations was completed by Siemens Limited and the first Memu trial run of an electric engine train with eight coaches was successfully conducted by the Northern Railway, Firozpur Division. The electric train trail run was conducted on the Banihal-Khari-Sumbar-Sangaldan sections of the USBRL project in Ramban.

The engineers said that the Banihal-Sangaldan section of the Udhampur Srinagar Baramulla Rail Link



(USBRL) project in the Ramban district was ready for operation. The work on Khari, Sumber, and Sangaldan stations in Ramban district was completed and the work on the remaining Sangaldan to Reasi railway stations was in the last phase and progressing. Worth to mention the work on tunnels, bridge tracks, platforms, railway stations, and other allied works was almost completed in Banihal, Khari, Sumber, and Sangaldan stations in Ramban district. 

The work on residential quarters for the Railway staff and other infrastructure for railway stations at Khari, Sumber, and Sangaldan was completed and the work on platforms and the laying of railway tracks connecting Sumber and Sangaldan railway stations in the Rambam district was in progress round the clock to finish pending works on the Sangaldan-Reasi track. It is expected that rail will chug soon on the Katra-Banihal section of the USBRL project.



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