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FINER welcomes rail budget

 FINER has welcomed the rail budget after it was tabled in Parliamnt by Sadananda Gowda on Tuesday.

According to the industry body, the rail budget has not only rightly diagnosed the ailments of the Indian Railways, but also prescribed a clear roadmap and corrective actions ahead.

FINER officials said that Gowda has come out with a strong action plan to complete pending projects including projects of national status in the North Eastern region in a time-bound manner.



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