As part of a cleanliness campaign, the Southern Railway has conducted intensive cleanliness programmes focusing on stations, trains, work places, railway colonies, canteens, water installations and toilets.
During the first week of the special cleanliness drive, from May 25 May to May 31, over 211 awareness campaigns were held throughout the zone under the aegis of 29 railway officers.
Frequent inspections were conducted to ensure the adequacy of dustbins and regular disposal of garbage from railway stations and trains. Anti-littering drives were organised and defaulters were counselled and penalised. Read More
Latest posts by The Times Of India (see all)
- India’s Oil Import Bill To Jump By $26 Billion On Rupee Woes - August 17, 2018
- Power Users Rush To Regulator As MSEDCL Plans Rate Hike - August 17, 2018
- Rail Ministry Signs Agreement On Rail Safety With Japanese Agency - August 17, 2018