BJP: Mission Accomplished

January 25, 2009 at 14:40 2 comments

No, I’m not predicting NDA’s victory in the polls this year!

At CNB 2008, Mr Bhavi gave a presentation about his role in expediting the BG conversion of the Bijapur-Bagalkot-Gadag section and make it up and running.

At CNB, Mr Bhavi had assured us that he would be back at BNC with something concrete done.

And true to his promise, he’s back with photographs of inaugration of the entire gauge converted section. It was thrown open for regular operations in Dec 2008.

Mr Ravi S gives a preview of this achievement and Mr Bhavi speaks about the details of the project.

Three Cheers to Mr Bhavi. Hip Hip Hurray!

India’s largest Thermal power plant with an installed capacity of 4000MW(info by Biswarup Basu) is coming up on this line, and so is a large steel plant. This route is also the nerve centre of Religious and Heritage tourism in Karnataka.

After 16 years of crusade, this line is now open. Now the agitation is on to get a train to Bangalore from Bijapur via Gadag.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sachin Buddhisagar  |  January 25, 2009 at 14:52

    With railways comes development & employment…cheers to Mr. Bhavi & IR.

  • 2. rakesh  |  March 28, 2010 at 15:20

    Thanks for news, this site can also help you to know about karnataka. Tourism in Karnataka

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