India's first export cross-country train loaded tonnes of onions has left for Bangladesh.
The export train started from Lasalgaon and subsequently from Kherwadi and Niphad stations in Maharashtra with six more trains planned for Bangladesh, Mid Day reported.
The trains carrying onions have started moving from Central Railway earlier this week.
The online meetings with various stakeholder conducted by commercial and operating departments resulted in starting of export traffic of onions to Bangladesh.
Darsana, Benapole and Rohanpur stations in Bangladesh received the onions from Bhusaval division of Central Railway, also sending them to the markets of Futuha, Dankuni, Changsari, Malda Town, Chitpur in east India.