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Rites back on track

The rolling stock supplied by Rites India under the Indian line of credit, is now operating smoothly, not only on the southern line, but also on many other lines to the entire satisfaction of the Sri Lanka Railway engineers.

Sri Lanka is now negotiating with Rites for a further 400 million dollar requirement for the Northern rail line development project that will also include new workshops and maintenance facilities in Anuradhapura, Vavuniya and Medawachchiya, in addition to the rolling stock.

This requirement will be financed under the Indian line of credit and will compliment the track development project presently been carried out by Ircon Ltd, also under the Indian line of credit, confirming the Indian government's commitment to support the development of the infrastructure in the North and East after the end of the 30 year long civil war in the island.

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