Secunderabad Railway Station, one of the busiest railway stations in South India, is set to temporarily close Platform No. 10 on 14th August 2021 due to the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The station is located in the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, and is a major hub for both local and long-distance trains. The closure of Platform No. 10 is expected to cause inconvenience to thousands of passengers who use the station on a daily basis.
The reason for the closure of Platform No. 10 is to ensure the safety and security of the Prime Minister during his visit to Hyderabad. The platform is located near the VIP lounge and is used by VVIPs and dignitaries who travel by train. The closure will allow the authorities to carry out security checks and make necessary arrangements for the Prime Minister’s visit. The closure will be in effect from 6 am to 10 pm on 14th August 2021.
Passengers who usually use Platform No. 10 will be directed to other platforms during the temporary closure. The railway authorities have issued a statement advising passengers to plan their travel accordingly and arrive at the station well in advance. They have also assured that all necessary arrangements will be made to ensure smooth functioning of trains and minimal inconvenience to passengers. The railway authorities have requested passengers to cooperate with them during this temporary closure.
In conclusion, the temporary closure of Platform No. 10 at Secunderabad Railway Station due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit is a necessary step to ensure the safety and security of the Prime Minister. While it may cause inconvenience to passengers, the railway authorities have assured that all necessary arrangements will be made to ensure smooth functioning of trains and minimal inconvenience to passengers. Passengers are advised to plan their travel accordingly and cooperate with the railway authorities during this temporary closure.