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“Haven’t dropped India from Chabahar Rail Project” Iran snubs rumours

Iran denied reports that it has dropped India from the Chabahar rail venture, saying that “personal stakes” were behind such reports. The Indian government office in Iran expressed that Ambassador Gaddam Dharmendra was welcomed by Saeed Rasouli, Deputy Minister Roads and Head of Iran Railways, to audit the continuous participation on Chabahar-Zahedan railroad.

Rasouli expressed that “personal stakes were behind ongoing reports that Iran barred India from Chabahar-Zahedan railroad venture”, the government office said. “Represetative Gaddam Dharmendra was today welcomed by Saeed Rasouli Deputy Minister Roads and Head of Iran Railways to audit continuous participation on Chabahar-Zahedan railroad. Rasouli expressed that personal stakes were behind ongoing reports that Iran barred India from Chabahar-Zahedan railroad,” Indian government office in Iran said in a tweet.

Amb G.Dharmendra with Iranian Minister of Roads and Railways Mr Saeed Rasouli

A week ago, a report had surfaced guaranteeing that the Hassan Rouhani-drove government in Iran chose to bar India from the development task of Zahedan. India had consented to an arrangement with Iran to develop a rail line from Chabahar port to Zahedan, along the outskirt with Afghanistan.

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