Srikakulam MP K. Rammohan Naidu commissioned a lift and an Automated Ticket Vending Machine (ATVM) at the Srikakulam Road Railway Station in presence of Government Whip K. Ravi Kumar, Amudalavalasa Municipal chairperson T. Geetha and DRM Chandralekha Mukherjee in Srikakulam on Sunday. Mr. Naidu spoke about the activities taken up at the station like provision of lift, coach indication boards on all platforms and ATVMs, a release said.
Finally, the Endowments Department has initiated steps for the developmental activities in the historic Arasavalli temple by approving the master plan which was prepared a couple of years back.
The department, in association with the temple authorities, is expected to spend around Rs. 10 crore for the creation of facilities for the pilgrims.
The temple attracts almost three lakh people on the day of Ratha Saptami and around 20,000 devotees every Sunday to have darshan of Lord Suryanarayana Swamy.
Pl travel in exp from che .. u will know many people get down at CHE ..
Naresh, a government employee living in Anakapalle, and Achari, a teacher living in Vizianagaram, who commute to the city daily for work, find the lack of local trains a curse for commuters.
“Though there are trains from Anakapalle to Visakhapatnam, they do not match the actual demand. I have to board either 57271 BZA- Rayagada Passenger or 57255 Kakinada - Vizag EMU, which are already packed to capacity with hardly any space to get in,” says Naresh.
Mr. Achari travels from Vizianagaram to Visakhapatnam every day. He boards 78531 Vizianagaram-Visakhapatnam DEMU, which is
Agreed .. MEMU's are badly reqd