Yet another inspection has called for better facilities at Chandigarh railway station. In a check carried out on Friday, a team headed by Northern Railways chief commercial manager (freight marketing) Om Parkash Chaudhary said the station required better facilities on all platforms and inside waiting rooms.
The team, a station improvement group (SIG), instructed officials of the railways’ Ambala division, which manages the station here, to have better managed parking lots on the Panchkula side, to speed up the installation of high-resolution CCTV cameras and ceiling fans at platforms, and to ensure cleanliness near escalators. The only saving grace for the station, which aspires to be a world-class facility, was that drinking water supplied on all platforms and food at snack shops were found to be of “satisfactory quality”. Chaudhary said the samples were found to be fit for consumption. Read More…
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