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Kishan Reddy requests to welcome inaugural Vande Bharat Exp in Telangana & AP on Jan 15


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Hyderabad: Union Minister for Tourism and Culture G Kishan Reddy on Saturday requested everyone to go to their nearest railway station in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Sunday and welcome the inaugural Vande Bharat Express from Secunderabad to Visakapatnam, which will be virtually flagged off by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Secunderabad Railway station at 1030 hours tomorrow.

In a tweet, he provided the railway stations and timings for the public at which the semi high-speed Vande Bharat Express will stop on the first day of the inauguration ceremony.

The Express operating between Secunderabad and Vishakapatnam would cover a distance of 698.85 km in 8.5 hours.

After leaving Secunderabad at 10.30 AM, it will halt a Charlapalli at 10.48 AM, Bhongir at 11.09 AM, Jangaon at 11.33 AM, Kazipet at 11.58 AM, Warangal at 12.16 PM, Mahbubabad at 12.56 PM, Dornakal at 12.13 PM, Khammam at 13.30 PM, Madhira at 13.57 PM, Kondapalli at 14.46 PM, Vijayawada at 15.11 PM, Nuzvid at 15.54 PM, Eluru at 16.09 PM, Tadepalligudem at 16.40 PM, Nidadavolu at 16.54 PM, Rajahmundry at 17.19 PM, Dwarapudi at 17.40 PM, Samalkot at 18.04 PM, Tuni at 18.40 PM, Anakapalli at 19.19 PM, Duvvada at 20.01 PM and Visakhapatnam at 20.23 PM.

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