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Piyush Goyal tweeets 'Tickets sold out' on Vande Bharat's first commercial run

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Piyush Goyal tweeets 'Tickets sold out' on Vande Bharat's first commercial run

Piyush Goyal tweeets 'Tickets sold out' on Vande Bharat's first commercial run

Vande Bharat Express left from Delhi for Varanasi on its first commercial run on Feb 17.

Railway Minister Piyush Goyal tweeted a video of the train leaving the station.

He tweeted: ‘Vande Bharat Express left Delhi for Varanasi today morning on its first commercial run.

Tickets sold out for the next two weeks already.

Get yours today!’ PM Modi flagged off the Vande Bharat Express from New Delhi Railway Station on Feb 15.

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