Indian railways make Mathura summer bearbale with new ‘mist cooling system’


Indian railways make Mathura summer bearbale with new ‘mist cooling system’

Summer has still not peaked in Uttar Pradesh with the mercury recording 33 deg Celsius, its ‘mildly sunny’ weather in Mathura. Temperatures touching 45 degree celsius is a common occurrence in summer at Mathura, which awaits yearning for their regular monsoon in July-August.

Giving a temporary respite to Mathurites from the blistering sun, Indian Railways has recently installed a mist-cooling system in the platforms of the Mathura Junction, which has been tweeted by the Union Minister for Railways Piyush Goyal. Read More

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