This Article is From Jul 08, 2014

Shows Where We Want to Take India Through Railways: PM Narendra Modi on Flagship Railway Budget

Shows Where We Want to Take India Through Railways: PM Narendra Modi on Flagship Railway Budget
New Delhi: Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda today announced the Railway Budget 2014 - 2015, the Narendra Modi government's first railway budget, which the minister claims will be like 'nectar' for the future of the Indian Railways even if it seems like a 'bitter pill' to swallow for now. The railway minister has promised to modernise the Indian Railways network with a focus on seeking foreign direct investment to stabalise the cash strapped public sector.
 
  • This budget shows where we want to take the railways and at the same time where we want to take India through the railways. Better late than never.
    Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India
  • Narendra Modi is against 'Nepotsm'. No announcement of free Fafda and Thepla in Mumbai-Ahmedabad route.
    Omar Abdullah, Chief Minister, Jammu & Kashmir
  • What is commendable is that having recognized this deep crisis, the Railway Budget also provides a vision for the future.
    J Jayalalithaa, Chief Minister, Tamil Nadu
  • Bengal is deprived and insulted at the hands of the Centre's new government. In today's perspective, such deprivation and insult has anyone seen?
    Mamta Banerjee, Chief Minister, West Bengal