Ranchi/Patna – The Vande Bharat Express train made its way from Patna to Ranchi on Monday, albeit as a trial run without passengers. Surpassing expectations, the train reached Ranchi station ahead of schedule, completing the journey in just 5 hours and 45 minutes. Departing from Patna Junction at 6:55 am, the train made stops at six stations, including Jehanabad, Gaya, Koderma, Barkakana, Hazaribagh, and Mesra, before reaching its destination.
To the delight of the locals, the Vande Bharat Express arrived at Ranchi station at 12:48, much earlier than anticipated. As news of its arrival spread, a large crowd gathered at the station, eagerly awaiting the train’s arrival. The enthusiasm was palpable, with people vying to take selfies with the iconic train. However, the excitement led to a chaotic situation, with some pushing and shoving in their quest for the perfect snapshot.
The Vande Bharat Express remained stationed at Ranchi for about an hour and a half. During this time, people had the opportunity to explore the train’s interior and admire its facilities. This high-speed train is a first for Jharkhand, and the public’s enthusiasm was evident. While the current run was only a trial, it foreshadows the convenience that the new high-speed train between Ranchi and Patna will bring to the region.
The successful trial run of the Vande Bharat Express in Ranchi has generated optimism and excitement among the locals. The train’s swift journey time and modern amenities promise a new era of efficient and comfortable travel for the residents of Jharkhand. As the railway authorities work towards finalizing the operations of this high-speed train, passengers can anticipate a seamless and time-saving commuting experience between Ranchi and Patna in the near future.
Source: Google News