Contract signed Between Konkan Railways and Nepal Railways

Published on May 13, 2019
India and Nepal have inked a deal on procurement of two diesel operated trains.
Contract signed Between Konkan Railways and Nepal Railways
  • The contract agreement was signed between India's Konkan Railways Corporation Ltd and Nepal's Department of Railways to supply two 1600 HP Diesel Electric Multiple Unit (DEMU) train sets.

More about the Agreement:

  • It was signed in Kathmandu in the presence of Manjeev Puri, Indian Ambassador to Nepal and Madhusudan Adhikari, Nepal's Secretary, Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport.
  • According to agreement, Nepal will procure two diesel-operated trains, which will arrive in Nepal within five months.
  • The trains will be manufactured by Integrated Coach Factory (owned and operated by Indian Railways) in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
  • Each train set will comprise of three trailer cars with one air conditioned, one driving power car and one driving trailer car with standard accessories.
  • These trains will be used to operationalise the 34 km long railway corridor stretch which links Jayanagar in Bihar, India and Kurtha in Dhanusa district, Nepal.
  • The 34 kms Jayanagar-Kurtha Railway Link was built by IRCON (Ircon International Limited, a construction and engineering PSU in transport infrastructure) with a financial grant from Indian Government under the India-Nepal Development Partnership programme.

Question:

Q. India's Konkan Railways Corporation Ltd signed an agreement with which country's railways department to supply two 1600 HP Diesel Electric Multiple Unit (DEMU) train sets?
a. Bhutan
b. Nepal
c. Bangladesh
d. Maldives

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