New Delhi, Mar 20: Good news for railway passengers! Rail Coach Factory (RCF) will soon be rolling out second rake of 19 coaches of the Tejas Express by April 20 which will make Delhi-Chandigarh section more comfortable ride. Also Read - Kashmiri Migrants in Andhra Pradesh Charged Rs 1.8 Lakh For Bus Ride Till Station Despite CM's Orders, Ram-Laxman Come to Rescue
Reportedly, RCF General Manager Satya Prakash Trivedi said that these coaches would be handed over to the Northern Railways and the Railway Board will decide the date and time of its running. It was scheduled to roll out in March but it was delayed due to some problems. Also Read - MHA Issues Revised SOP on Movement of Stranded Migrant Workers, Asks States to Operate More Trains
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In June two more rake of Tejas coaches would be rolled out.
The coaches will have features like remote-controlled venetian curtains, provision of vacuum toilets like in aeroplanes and sensor-based automatic sliding doors inside the compartment.
It will also include luxury chair cars with LCD screens and personalised infotainment systems.
These coaches will be fitted with improve couplers that would provide a jerk-free and comfortable ride at a high speed.
The RCF also plans to roll out one rake of double-decker ‘Uday’ coaches with automatic doors, infotainment systems and vacuum toilets in July.