This new year, railways will only send greetings digitally and all its events will be sans the traditional presentation of bouquets.
The railway board has banned issuing of greeting cards and presentation of bouquets, according to two separate circulars issued today.
“It has been decided that printing and issuing of hard copy of New Year greeting card may be stopped forthwith.
Greeting cards for new year may now be sent through email only,” said the circular issued to all departments of the railways including its PSUs for “strict compliance”.
This is the latest in a string of directives from the board Chairman Ashwani Lohani and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal to banish ostentation and VIP culture in railways. Read More…
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