There will be no formal inauguration of Nishcintpur railway station (Akhaura-Agartala rail) on Saturday i.e September 9 as scheduled earlier.
India and Tripura will not connect with Gangesagar in Bangladesh at this moment. That’s why Nischintpur is not getting international station status now.
The schedule has been delayed. When Nischintapur and Gangasagar will be merged has not been finalised.
According to the latest report the inauguration of railway connectivity of Nischintapur and Gangasagar stations has been delayed due to the G-20 summit.
The summit of the G20 countries will be held in New Delhi, the capital city of India, on September 9 and 10.
On this occasion, many leaders of various countries including US President Joe Biden or their representatives will be present in India.
As a result, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not be able to participate in the official opening ceremony of Nischintapur and Gangasagar railway stations.
The participation of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina will also not be possible.
As a result, Agartala, the capital city of the Bangladesh-encircled state of Tripura in the northeastern part of India, will not be connected to Bangladesh by rail on September 9.
But all preparations for this are completed . It is with this aim that Nischintpur gets the status of border customs port as well as land port station.
The Ministry of Railways and Board of India announced the inauguration on September 9 and ordered the construction company to carry out the work quickly.