Wednesday, 17 May 2017

Darbhanga and Jogvani among the Dirtiest Railway Stations

Anand Vihar Jammu Tawi, Lucknow and Gorakhpur stations have been named among the cleanest stations in the country. Visakhapatnam and Beas are the cleanest stations in the country, whereas Darbhanga and Jogbani have been named in the most dirty stations.

This fact has been exposed in the third survey conducted by IRCTC on the basis of cleanliness in railway stations, which was released by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu here on Wednesday. It included a total of 407 railway stations, including 75 A and A category 332 stations. Similar surveys are now being done in respect of trains. Results will be announced soon.

The special point of the survey is to get 39th place in the A1 stations of Delhi's most prominent New Delhi station. This has resulted in a big blow to the Northern Railway. Better position than New Delhi is from Hazrat Nizamuddin and Old Delhi station, which has been ranked 23rd and 24nd respectively. Anand Vihar also got the fifth place. While the third place, Jammu Tawi has saved the honor of Northern Railway. Lucknow got 6th, Gorakhpur got 12th position, got relief from North Eastern Railway. But despite all the efforts, the prime minister's parliamentary constituency, Varanasi, got the 14th position in the northern railway. Patna 28th, Haridwar 30th and Agra 35th place. Darbhanga at A1 category stations, while Jogbani's name in A category stations is the last in the list. In A category stations, Beas station of Himachal Pradesh is occupied first in the same way as before.

This survey was done by the Quality Council of India for IRCTC. In addition to toilet, drinking water booth, catering stall, ft overbridges, rails and kitchens, in addition to parking the parking area, entry door and hygiene of waiting rooms, to measure the sanitation of railway stations. In addition to procedures adopted for cleanliness in the survey, the situation found during inspection and the opinion of the passengers-all were given a third one weight.

Suresh Prabhu said that we want to see all the stations clean. After the last survey, the condition of many stations got improved.

                      
                                                               ----Sonal

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