Indore, India (Urban Transport News): After Japan and China, the model of Maglev Train, which is now 600 kilometers per hour, has been developed in India.
In fact, the scientists of Raja Ramanna Center for Advanced Technology (RRCAT) of Indore in Madhya Pradesh have succeeded in developing the prototype model of 'maglev' train.
The special thing about this train is that it runs floating in the air, not with wheels, and it is called a magnetic system. At present, such trains are only running in Japan and China. Maglev train runs in Japan at a speed of 600 kilometers per hour. However, Head of the Center's Magnetic Technology Division R.S. Shinde said that India can develop an 800-kilometer per hour maglev train.
In the RRCAT, scientists have been working on this technique for 10 years. After the bullet train, the government's eyes are now on Maglev Train. Another special feature of this train is that it is completely eco friendly because it does not spread pollution. This train can not be a victim of any kind of accident, because the track will not be in touch with Fiscal. If there is a fault on the train then they will know before it occurs.
Maglev train is 10 years of hard work: Dr. R S Shinde
Talking about this success, Dr. R.S. Shinde explained that we have been working on this project for 10 years but for the last 3 years this work has got a boost. The prototype of this train has been developed after the hard work of the entire team. If it is approved by the government then we are ready to give the train a realistic shape.
Maglev trains will be big benefits: Aarush Kumar
Speaking about this project, Maglev CEO Arush Kumar said, "We are very happy to be part of this project. If this train is built in India then employment opportunities in our country will increase manifold in the coming days.