Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the inaugural session of the Rail Vikas Shivir at Surajkund near New Delhi today.
The Indian Railways is organizing the three-day Shivir from today.
He went on to talk about the future that lays ahead for the country and also drew from his own experiences in the past. He went on to say “I spent my childhood on a railway track “, while reminiscing about the past.
The aim of the Shivir is to generate numerous innovative ideas across most critical areas of the railway operations for substantial progress of this sector.
Such brainstorming and large-scale planning involving all railway employees is taking place for the first time in the 163-year-long history of the Indian Railways.
The Railway Ministry said the outcome of this camp would lead to rapid rejuvenation, transformation, modernisation, efficiency and productivity.
Watch the entire speech here: