The railway is doing every bit to provide the commuters with top facilities and in return, the anti-social elements have evil intentions in their mind. A day before Tejas Express was to embark on its maiden journey from Mumbai to Goa, unidentified persons damaged the windows of the express train. The glass windows were found cracked after the train arrived in Mumbai from Delhi on Sunday.
Suresh Prabhu, Union Railway minister will flag off the train from Mumbai’s CST on Monday. Prabhu had earlier inspected the rake in Delhi.
The Tejas Express is equipped with “Lazy Boy” type recliners, USB charging ports, LED TVs at the back of the seats, coffee vending machines, CCTV cameras and GPS-based information displays.