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Gross budgetary allocation for Railways to go up by 29% in Budget: Report

The total capital expenditure (capex) of the railway ministry is expected to jump 20 per cent to Rs 3 trillion in FY24

Indian Railways cancelled more than 160 trains on Monday, August 29.
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To support infrastructure investments, the Centre is likely to increase gross budgetary allocation for Indian Railways by 29 per cent from Rs 1.4 trillion to Rs 1.8 trillion, a report by Mint said. 
 
The railway ministry's total capital expenditure (capex) is expected to jump 20 per cent to Rs 3 trillion in

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First Published: Jan 02 2023 | 10:28 AM IST

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