Banaras railway station: Consideration Indian Railways passengers! The federal government has renamed over century-old Manduadih railway station! Lately, the title of the Manduadih railway station within the metropolis of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, has been renamed as Banaras railway station. The railway station falls underneath the Varanasi Division of the North Jap Railway zone. In accordance with the nationwide transporter, the station renaming has been carried out with adjustments within the station code with rapid impact. The Manduadih station had the station code- MUV. Now with the renaming of the station as Banaras railway station, the altered station code is BSBS. The North Jap Railway mentioned that on the title plate of this station, the station name- Banaras railway station has been inscribed in English, Hindi, Sanskrit and Urdu.
A number of years in the past, the Mughalsarai railway station within the state of Uttar Pradesh which is also called one of many oldest stations in India, was renamed after RSS ideologue Deen Dayal Upadhyaya. The nationwide transporter had determined to rename the Mughalsarai Junction railway station, situated within the district of Chandauli district, after Upadhyaya, who was discovered useless close to the railway station in mysterious circumstances within the yr 1968.
The name-changing proposal of Mughalsarai railway station was given by UP CM Yogi Adityanath’s cupboard, as earlier reported by IE. Earlier earlier than the station renaming, the transfer had led to an uproar within the Parliament after a number of MPs together with Naresh Agarwal of the Samajwadi Celebration protested towards the choice of the central authorities to provide its approval to renaming the railway station after Upadhyay.
Within the yr 2018, it was reported that following the title change of Mughalsarai railway station into Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya railway station, the state authorities of Uttar Pradesh has approached the central authorities for its approval to rename the airports in Kanpur, Bareilly, and Agra.