Railway stations in Rajasthan are the cleanest in India and those in Uttar Pradesh and parts of Haryana fared poorly in a station cleanliness survey conducted by the Quality Council of India (QCI).
This is the third such audit Indian Railway commissioned in an attempt to increase cleanliness levels and improve hygiene standards by identifying the laggards.
Of the 16 zones of Indian Railway, North Western Railway which includes parts of Rajasthan and Gujarat, came out on top in the survey. North Central Railway figured at the bottom of the list. Read more
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