Lord Dalhousie is referred to as the father of Indian Railways
Lord Dalhousie is responsible for enacting many laws and bringing multiple reforms in India. He convinced the British government in India to introduce railways through his famous Railway minute of 1853.
Who Was Called as 'Father of Indian Railways'?
Lord Dalhousie was the Governor-General of India between the period of 1848 to 1856. He convinced the British to introduce a Railway network in India and is thus called the father of Indian Railways.
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