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PM Modi flags off Palace Queen Hamsafar Express in Mysuru

By Chennabasaveshwar
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    Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi flagged off  "Palace Queen Humsafar Express" between Mysuru and Udaipur that will open up new vistas in tourism. Train No 06231 Mysuru-Udaipur City Palace Queen Humsafar Express Special will run as an inaugural run on Monday, 19th February 2018 at 15.30 hrs from Mysuru station and will arrive Vasai Road at 19.30 hrs the next day and will reach Udaipur on Wednesday, 21st February 2018 at 11.30 hrs.

    All you need to know about Palace Queen Hamsafar Express

    All you need to know about Palace Queen Hamsafar Express

    • Magnificent train with fully 3rd AC coaches - world-class features
    • Connects 5 states in Western India
    • Opens up new vistas in tourism
    • Connects 30 parliamentary constituencies (14 of which are in Karnataka)
    • The train will run via Mandya, Bengaluru, Davangere, Hubballi, Belagavi, Pune, Kalyan, Surat, Vadodara, Ratlam, Chittorgarh and pass through five states, i.e., Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan
    • This train will provide a unique travel experience to the people on board as it will have state-of-the-art passenger facilities, including the GPS controlled LED display in coaches for alerting passengers on train's speed, stoppages and other information
    • 14 halts. 347 intermediate Stations between Mysuru Junction (Mysore) and Udaipur City
    • Train No.19667 Udaipur-Mysuru Palace Queen Humsafar Express will depart from Udaipur City every Monday at 21.00 hrs to reach at Vasai Rd at 13.00 hrs the next day and Mysuru station at 16.25 hrs on every Wednesday.
    • Train No.19667 Udaipur-Mysuru Palace Queen Humsafar Express will depart from Udaipur City every Monday at 21.00 hrs to reach at Vasai Rd at 13.00 hrs the next day and Mysuru station at 16.25 hrs on every Wednesday.

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