Bullet train or Better trains - What does India need?
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Mamta said:Tue, September 26, 2017, 3:57:15 am
India need Better trains, the recent derailed accident near to Kanpur, in which 200 people lost their lives, put us to rethink twice, whether we really need bullet train or we should build our existing rail lines safe and secure, so that people travel comfortably.
India, where people hardly afford the sleeper class fair, do they can afford bullet train fair..... ?
Abhisek Pattnaik said:Tue, September 26, 2017, 3:57:04 am
"Smart country is much needed instead of a smart City"... having said the statement i am considering better and safe trains are highly needed in India. As we all know in the last month, in a consecutive 3 weeks 3 trains incident occurred out of which two train had been derailed from the track and one train in Odisha went through a wrong track. These all are happening due to three major issues like poor railway track, Technical issues of the trail and most and unacceptable error i.e human errors/mistakes. Here i am putting a big statement which i should not; "no doubt we are bringing the most fastest and bullet train from the most technological country like Japan but driver will be the same POOR INDIAN... will be operated by such drunken humans".
By concluding my statement, i just want to say instead of investing 1.40 lakh Cr. rupees (An esteimated value given by Ex. Railway minister Sri. Suresh Prabhu ji) in bullet train and making India a debtor for the next fifty years, Govt. should spend 1.10 lakh Cr. rupees to bring better and safety train rides in INDIA.
Shahrukh said:Fri, September 22, 2017, 12:57:55 am
Better Train facility at first, because bullet train industry is always a loss. The setup cost, construction and even interest on loan taken for bullet train results in creating an amount that needs successively 2 to 3 decades for Government to earn the cost implied even they're earnings great profits every year. The maintenance costs would definitely become even higher after decades of use due to depreciation. So Government should work on not importing this technology from other countries but try to develop their own train to much safer and eco-friendly manner for future.
Radikha said:Thu, August 31, 2017, 3:31:36 am
In India, railways are considered as the most affordable mode of public transport including intra-city transport. Now it must strive to become the faster mode of transport comparable to that of developed countries. No doubt, the risks involved with the project are very high, but not taking a risk itself is a huge risk putting all the potential development at stake.
Rafiqur said:Tue, March 14, 2017, 7:37:58 pm
The conditions of the Indian railway is pathetic although it's running from 1854 and India is taking a new step of starting bullet train. This leads us to think that whether bullet train in India is really needed for the time being. The current derailed train near to Kanpur, in which more than 150 person life lost in 1 sec, such condition of Indian railways put us to think twice ...
atmaram pal said:Sun, January 29, 2017, 9:46:53 am
Fistly india need to devlove our exiting train in india every one or two months the accident accuur many peaple lost our life in a second i am agry all of u that in india bullutte train should carry out but fistly goverment should some stap to devolop our trake and make comfortable journy