Union Minister of State for Railways Manoj Sinha will inaugurate the railway line through video-conferencing and a train would also be flagged off on the newly-constructed section, the ministry said in a statement here.
The line was completed at a cost of Rs 1,063 crore.
The statement said the railway line will facilitate faster transportation of coal from Central Coalfields Limited's Magadh, Amrapali, Chandragupta and Sanghamitra open cast mines.
The project is being funded by the coal major and implemented by the Eastern Railway, it said.
The railways earns a revenue of Rs 100 crore for every 1 MT of coal transported to about 500 km.
Even if 100 MT is to be transported by Tori-Shivpur, this railway line will generate a revenue of about Rs 10,000 crore per annum (for an average lead of 500 km), the statement said.
This railway line will significantly reduce air pollution and carbon foot print and will promote environmental friendly transportation of coal.
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