Stalin travels in Bullet train in Japan; bats for 'equivalent' service in India
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M K Stalin, who is on an official trip of Japan, on Sunday undertook a 500-km bullet train journey to its capital city Tokyo and said such a service could benefit the Indian citizens as well.
In a tweet, he said: “Traveling from Osaka to Tokyo on #BulletTrain; will cover a distance of about 500 km in less than two and a half hours,” and shared some pictures of his journey.
ஒசாகா நகரிலிருந்து டோக்கியோவுக்கு #BulletTrain-இல் பயணம் செய்கிறேன். ஏறத்தாழ 500 கி.மீ தூரத்தை இரண்டரை மணிநேரத்திற்குள் அடைந்துவிடுவோம்.
— M.K.Stalin (@mkstalin) May 28, 2023
“A railway service equivalent to #BulletTrain not only in design but also in speed and quality should come for use in our India as well. The poor and middle class people should benefit and their journey should become easier! #FutureIndia,” he added. The CM had earlier embarked on a two-nation official trip of Singapore and Japan to attract more investments to Tamil Nadu.
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