Indian Railway has decided to open the first two new rail stations on its eastern and western sides, to enable the service to be better integrated and better linked with the existing infrastructure.
The two new platforms will be located at the southern terminus of the western terminus and the eastern terminus, respectively.
The decision came after an internal report was submitted to the Railways Minister.
The report, submitted by the Rail Development Ministry, suggested the new stations would be built along the existing lines.
The railway ministry said it will make the decision based on the report, which will be taken up by the government.
The existing stations, including the new one, will be built in the southern region and will also have a capacity of 10,000 passengers a day.
It is not clear yet whether the new platforms are being built along existing lines or not.
The government has yet to give an indication about the cost of the new projects.