New Delhi, October 12
The country’s fourth Vande Bharat Express starting from Amb Andaura in Himachal Pradesh’s Una district will further shorten the distance to Delhi for people from northern India. It will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the Una station on Thursday.
Though the starting date of regular operations and the fare are yet to announced, officials have told news outlets that it will run every day except Wednesdays, starting from Amb Andaura at 1 pm. It will halt at Una and Punjab’s Anandpur Sahib, which is a major Sikh holy town, before reaching Chandigarh at 3.35 pm.
From Chandigarh, it will reach Delhi at 6.25, reducing the train travel time between Punjab and Haryana’s combined capital and the national capital by half an hour. It will halt at Ambala.