The rail line, which has 16 major bridges and two stations, was laid with an outlay of Rs 335 crore, an official told IANS.
Daulatpur Chowk is the last station in Una district on the 83 km-long Nangal to Talwara broad gauge line.
An eight km track from Daulatpur Chowk to Talwara in Punjab is still under construction.
Sinha said by 2022 the rail line would be extended till Mukerian in Punjab.
A station on this rail line at Kuneran village has been named as Chintpurni Marg as it is close to the Chintpurni temple, one of the most venerated shrines that gets a majority of pilgrims from Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.
The temple can be reached by road and is located 25 km from the railway station.
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