PM Modi inaugurated Rani Kamalapati railway station with airport-like facilities in Madhya Pradesh

The railway station is designed as a green building with ease of mobility for disabled people and it will be a hub for integrated multi-model transport. 

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Madhya Pradesh has been making to the headlines with its fast-growing infrastructure and now it has one more feather on its cap. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated India's first 'world-class' railway station in Madhya Pradesh. Formerly known as Habibganj railway station is renamed as Rani Kamalapati who was the queen of Gond.

Rani Kamalapati railway station has airport-like amenities and has been redeveloped at a cost of Rs. 450 crores under the Public and Private partnership. The railway station is designed as a green building with ease of mobility for disabled people and it will be a hub for integrated multi-model transport. 

Earlier, the Madhya Pradesh government has sent a letter to the Union Home Ministry for renaming Habibganj railway station after tribal queen Rani Kamalapati to honour her legacy and bravery. She was the one who saw an impossible victory against the Afghan commander Dost Mohammed. For saving her respect she had to commit 'Jal Jauhar.'