The railways will release its third ‘swachchta’ report on Monday, a Railway Ministry official said today. The swachchta audit has been carried out by a third party, the Quality Council of India (QCI), and it has rated stations on their cleanliness.
This is third audit of stations conducted as part of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
The rating system was started in 2016 at stations (A1 and A category) having the largest footfall. The audit identifies unclean areas, improves cleanliness standards and also promotes healthy competition among railway stations, the official said. Read More
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