Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar proposed a rapid rail link between Delhi and Hisar

This train connection will improve communication between Hisar and Delhi airports.

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CHANDIGARH (Metro Rail News): The Haryana state government has taken a step forward in improving rail connectivity between Delhi and Hisar. Manohar Lal Khattar, the Chief Minister of Haryana, said the state government has submitted a proposal to the Centre to develop a Regional Rapid Transit System (RRTS) linking Delhi and Hisar.

The Haryana government backed this idea to improve connectivity and ties across the states. Furthermore, they believe that cross-state commutes will become more convenient. On Monday, the Chief Minister met with Railway Minister Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw and the Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav.

According to Khattar, this train connection will improve communication between Hisar and Delhi airports. In addition, according to reports, this program will benefit individuals in various ways, including making travel more accessible and expanding job prospects for the general public.

Regarding the other projects, Khattar stated that the Ministry of Railways has approved the development of a roadway under Rohtak’s elevated railway line. Aside from that, the Haryana government would begin the land acquisition process for the train route from Palwal to Prithla soon.

In addition, the Chief Minister stated that 10 railway stations would be established on the Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor and Western Dedicated Freight Corridor, both of which pass through Haryana, in order to speed up the development of various sectors. According to Vaishnaw, time-bound choices were made to expedite several railway projects in Haryana.


  1. Why Haryana is not showing interest in connecting it’s capital Chandigarh with Hisar, Sirsa, Rohtak etc by rail. A small 23 km rail link between Rajpura and Mohali will solve this.


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